Posted in Family, Friendship
Tags: didgeridoo, family, Love, Music, Parkinson's disease, teenagers
PS — and I love the peek inside the world around you!
Thanks – I will take better photos when I figure out my camera!
i am sorry the photos were a shade dark, but wasn’t that your son???
i thought so!!!! what did he say about his gift u gave him today?
He is in heaven – very grateful!
Are we not going to get a ‘tune’ from Ming?
I bet he hasn’t stopped playing it…
He played it (or tried to) for hours!!!
how cool, i have a son who plays the didge too. i love that sound.. c
Wow – how old is this son and how long did it take to learn?
Wonderful …. !!! If he hadn’t been delighted over his gift … I would have come down and sorted him out *smile
Don’t worry – he was over the moon with delight!
Fine, it saved me the trip … *laughter
Very unique scene.
Flash didn’t work on camera – oh well!
I always think Ming looks like Anthony but it that last picture I can sure you in him! Looks like he LOVES his Christmas present.
The camera flash didn’t work – oh well. Looks like me? I can’t see it but a few people think so too.
Has anyone told you today that you are the best mom?
Well, “You are the best mom!”
(like my vote counts… lol)
Thanks, kid – haha!
rohan has a didi also. perhaps they could share tunes. rohan learned on a vaccuum cleaners pipe.
I never know Ro had a dij! Can’t wait to see you by the way!
WOW! This is amazing, I can imagine now… I am sure our sons would enjoy to make music together. Blessing him, Thank you dear Julie, have a nice weekend, love, nia
Thanks dear nia – I am not keeping up with your blog posts very well but you know I love you! I just got a bit busy with crap!
Was he pleased?
Looks like a happy boy! Here in CA I’ve seen them make didgeridoos out of pvc pipe. They use a blowtorch to darken the exterior, and they actually make a pretty good sound, not sure if it’s exactly the same, but close. Nothing compares to an authentic instrument, I’m sure.
That’s interesting about the pvc pipe didgeridoos!
Wait a minute! I thought that was Ming’s Christmas present. Do y’all celebrate Christmas at a different time of year?
I couldn’t wait!
Now we can say we knew him when…
Good job Mom!! He looks pleased
Well he could have smiled for the camera! I guess he was trying to look cool – ha.
Ha. This is what I getting soooo behind in reading your blog. My comments are irrelevant. Awesome instrument and Ming looks very cool playing it. Don’t know if the termed is still used, but it is what comes to mind seeing Ming play — “Chick Magnet.”
You are so fantastic!
I laughed at your description of the anticipation you felt before giving Ming his present – wonderful
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