Lily Rose, Two of my kids are musicians too. I can't tell you how happy it makes my heart. My daughter is a gifted pianist and reads music faaaaaar better than her mom. I play mostly by ear, btw. We could never afford music lessons when I was a kid so when I was around 18, I decided to teach myself. It would always crack me up, when playing with a group, when someone would want to change keys on a piece of music. The classically trained musicians would sputter and insist on the sheet music in that key. Not me…it would always make me chuckle because I used to feel like a fraud musician…because I wasn't formally trained. I know better now and am so grateful for the expression music brings to my life. My son plays banjo and guitar. So on any given day, one may hear Mozart or Alison Krauss or Dubstep (my other son's favorite). So much variety and joy. Life is so rich! GR….here's to singing…off key or not! I love it in the Psalms where it says "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord." And yeah…many folks just aren't ready for the TMS message. I think few are and even then, it takes time for someone to warm up to the idea. Walt, stay warm and off those icy roads and sidewalks! I wish we could have you and Annie in our home for Christmas dinner but I think that could cause another tussle. We've been enjoying mild weather the past few days here in Montana but alas, I can feel the temperatures dropping today and tomorrow it will be very frigid. Brrrrrrr! A toast of hot chocolate with whipped cream to my dear friends here - Here's to new strength and healing during the holiday seasons!