My Dear Piano (a silly post)

Sometimes you’ve just gotta laugh.

When I hear a piano that sounds like this….

It’s hard not to cringe, even if it is my very first piano ever. {awwww….}

Now….before you judge my dear piano too much, I’m gonna defend it.

Sure it’s almost an antique, and it might sound like a steel drum, but it’s not that bad. Personally, I think the scuffed wood, peeling felt, and missing knob, etc., adds to its charming personality. And all pianos should have plenty of personalty (just saying).

Alrighty, so yes, I’m in a silly mood.

But in all seriousness, I have hope for this piano. All it needs is a piano tuning (or two) and some tender loving care.


Time will tell, and I’ll keep you posted with future songs if I’m correct.

Regardless, I’m thankful for it. And I’m thankful for my dad and brother who courageously moved it in all its awkward glory.  I’m also thankful for my oldest brother who cleaned all the keys, and for our friend who scoured the Internet to find out how old it is. (It was born in ’67, just so ya know.)

Everyone has been so helpful.

It’s already getting the tender loving care it so deserves.

Welcome to your new home, dear piano. I like you already.

My New Piano

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4 thoughts on “My Dear Piano (a silly post)

  1. Haha! Love this post and the video;) It does sound like a steel drum;) But I am sure you will be able to give it the TLC that it needs, Joy! By the way … do I recognize that song book on the piano in the last pictures???:) It reminds me of the one Hannah & I spent hours creating;) Haha … we had a blast! I have so many good memories of when we were putting it together! <3

    1. Thank you, Sarah! <3

      And yes...You do recognize the songbook! I took that picture the other day when Jay was over. (He'd brought it along with his guitar) That's awesome that you and Hannah had a blast putting it together. I often play songs from it when I visit J & B. You did a really great job! :)

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