Thanks, Benjamin and Raven!
Thanks, friends! Yep, Cheryl, that's my McSpadden Walnut. I love it.
Kimberly,that is really beautiful. I hope you get that cast off really soon. To think that you can play that well with the cast on, wow.
Glad to hear the positve news about your cast Kimberly, I hope all goes well for you !
I just listened to your Amazing Grace for the zillionth time...it is soooo beautiful. I've been listening to a few fingerpicking dulcimer CD's from the pros.....even with a cast you sound better! :) CD in your future?? :)
And the duclimer itself is so warm sounding....is that your McSpadden Walnut??
Thanks, Brian! Just eight more dayswith this cast and if all goes well, I'll get a removable cast!
Great job Kimberly. I hope your cast comes off and you're feeling 100% soon.
Thanks, friends! Robin, the cast makes it a little more difficult to play since I have to hold my elbow out further than I normally would so that I can get at the correct angle. And I discovered pinch-plucks are kinda difficult. But I'm just happyI can still play!
Really touched my heart, Kimberly. The spirit comes through in your playing.
Great job Kimberly, you played it beautifully.
Thanks, John, Dave, and Tom! I really appreciate everybody's kind words and encouragement.
Very nice! I'm with Wayne: can't play nearly as well without a cast as you can with one.
Wow...where there's a will, there's a way! Beautifully done (especially under the circumstances).
Beautiful playing Kimberly
Thanks, Marc and Wayne. Marc, I cannot take credit for the arrangement. It's another one my teacher, Larkin, taught me.
Thanks, friends. Sorry, Rob, that the docs didn't let you have a cast conducive to playing! Sometimes those doctors just don't know what's best for us!
Going back to doctor tomorrow for more X-rays to make sure wrist is staying in place.
Kim, I think you did a great job . It didn't sound clunky to me.
Very nice! I like the purple color of the cast at least. It's not that boring white it used to be anyway.