Helen, you have been on my mind. . . So good to see you in this wonderful video. . . Wondering how you are now? Sending love!
Why thank you Mr Dusty!
That's a great tune you got there, Helen. NIce job!
Well it's a dulcimer with a very lovely sound ...
Thank u for taking a look at this one Anne.. a very laid back jig....i play it a bit faster these days. The dulcimer is a Laurel Mountain 4 string in Butternut and Walnut in a Celtic design. She has some nice mother of pearl inlay work. She isnt loud but is a very sweet dulcimer to play. I bought her preloved on this site about 3 years ago...from a former fotmd.com member from Texas. Anyone still in touch with Carrie, please say hi from me.
Like that tune, it's catchy...
That's a really nice catchy tune Helen. Really makes me wish we lived across the road from one another ... The dulcimer sounds good too. Is it a new addition? I heard your ex. at the NFF. My exchange - Esmerelda - does sound more mellow than did yours.
Thanks so much Lexie and you're very welcome.
Another great tune our Aussie Friend!
Sure is nice coming home to hear your tunes, thanks for the Smiles!
Thanks heaps Robin
Hey, I sure like Aussie Jig, Helen!
You are so welcome Helen. I am loving the sewing. So many things to learn and so little precious time. Life is such a wonderful experience. Of course you already know this. I have a large idea that most of the good folk on this forum aren't strangers to happiness either.
Thank you Terry my buddy... good to here you are continuing with the sewing.
I sits me self down for a little sewing practice, takes a break, checks me computer, and lo and be hold, I gets treated to another song from our dear Helen. Makes me happy and puts a smile on me face.
Thank you Helen. Oh yeah, you sure have some awesome dulcimers. I am now down to one dulcimer, my McSpadden. I've sold four dulcimers in the past ten days. No more to sell.
You sure look like my sister. Uncanny.