Monday, November 8, 2010

Monday's Blog Post - Take 2

Note to self: in the future don't write about your niece's 5-year-old vocabulary mistakes...you might offend the brother-in-law. 

Last night I told Jason we couldn't go to bed until he played the piano for me.
He did.
It brought peace to my heart.
Like always.
I thought your heart might want peace too.

You're Welcome.


12 comments:

Heather said...

He is very talented.
That makes me feel very "home". My mom plays the piano. It sounds like growing up and definitely brings peace to my heart.
(So does listening to baseball on the radio.)

Leslie said...

Such beautiful music. It really was peaceful listening to that. Has he ever considered making a professional cd? I'd buy it and then buy more to give to friends!

Kristin said...

That was really beautiful, thanks for sharing!

TortugaRachel said...

Ooo, I wanna make an mp3 of that. It was VERY calming, and I need that right now!

Dazee Dreamer said...

I keep telling ya, you have the best hubby. Hold on to that man.

-stephanie- said...

My Stephen's Caramel Apple Cider and listening to lovely piano music...very nice.

Joann Mannix said...

Your spy man is so very talented. That was utterly beautiful. You are a lucky girl.

Jamie said...

loving the music...thanks for sharing.
Can I be on your blog list...or am I not cool enough.
Sorry BIL was offended...I thought the conversation with Trouble was adorable...

A girl needs 2 Talk said...

I've been listening to him over and over again. I LOVE IT! I SO love it! Thank you for giving me peace too. :) :)

p.s. Hug from me. Feel better?

A girl needs 2 Talk said...

p.s. thank you Jason. (take a bow)

jayayceeblog said...

That is so beautiful ... and hot! I may have to talk to my Hubby about taking piano lessons. He says the only thing he can play is the radio. Rats! Thanks, Jason, for the beautiful music!!!

Shan said...

Well I missed out on whatever offended your BIL, but I am enjoying the music. Fynn is, too. She woke up here on my lap when it started, smiled and stretched.