Hi Felicia, just wondered if there was any sign of that noter at your end?
I posted from here on the 8th, usually takes about a week ( or don't you get Pony Express pass near you?)
On its way ! Let me know how you get on (have the tabs bee useful?)
Thanks , in post tomorrow. As for a Feb gift, I'm guessing that you have, to use one of them newfangled terms, a 'significant other', so we had better hope that this package dawdles along the way enough not to arrive on the 14 th ???
Big red face here Felicia ! The noter is all packed 'ready to go', but I cannot find your address on this confounded site !!!
Again please ??????
Thanks for sending your friend request Felicia. I love noter drone style andfeel that there is just so much more potential toN&D music than we yet realise. I believe I'm only at the start of a long and rewarding journey. Enjoy your playing!
Thank you for the friend request, Felicia, it's my pleasure to accept!
Hi, Felicia! Welcome to FOTMD! Once you get your dulcimer and start playing it, I know you'll just fall in love with it! Glad to have you here!
We moved away because my husband got a better job down here. The people here are real nice so don't worry about asking questions. I just started playing the dulcimer too. Got my first one this last Christmas. I love it and I know you will too. I've played other instruments so I was already familiar with strumming and fretting stringed instruments. Good luck!
Hey Felicia, I just moved from Athens, Ga to Florida. I've been all around the north Ga area and lived in Murphy, NC (close to Blairsville, Ga). Loved living up there. Welcome to FOTMD. I'm learning as an adult to - tons of folks are so you are not alone.
Hey Felicia, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.
Hi Felicia Welcome to the FOTMD.
Hey Felicia and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
Hi Felicia, and welcome to the world of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a pretty good place to spend some time, learn about the dulcimer and to meet some good people. I, like you, never played an instrument in my younger years (well, except the flutophone in 4th grade), so a dulcimer is pretty good choice.
Howdy and welcome to the crew at FOTMD!