It is well-loved, read: it has a couple of pretty worn-out keys, but it truly is beautiful and we are so fortunate to have it!
It needs a good tune and 2 or 3 dead keys fixed… but, again, Scott and I were richly blessed. We received the gift of a “piano fix-up” for Christmas! 🙂
We’ve already put it to good use: Me, trying to plunk out a few hymns I used to know well. Scott, practicing the hymns he plays for ward choir and sending me into a dreamy, comatose state with wonderful classical pieces.
The bad news? I’m afraid I will never be all-that-musical. In fact, I can’t even tell our piano is out of tune! I believe that is why when I sing, I am blissfully unaware of all-things tune. For example: the tune of the song I’m singing, whether I am in or out of tune, and other “tune” things that “musical” people find to be “important”. 😉
The good news? We love having more music in our home. Scott lets me sing along while he plays, and he listens patiently while I play. Need I say Scott is a miracle?