There was a husband/wife team talking about harps, it was interesting and she said that she would give one to whoever could tell her where harps originated. This man said Ireland and then I said Egypt, the look on her face was priceless because I'm sure they never intended on giving one away, I totally guessed. I think a biblical reference may have inspired my answer, David played the harp and it was real big in the old testament, it was still just a guess maybe an inspired one but still. Now the question is what am I going to do with a harp, they will include a book and CD on learning to play the harp and we all played this evening. What a hoot, a harp...REALLY.
Needless to say I didn't cut down the last tree branch but hey I won a harp lol.
LOL, you could sell it on Ebay!
Congratulations! Keep the harp and either learn to play it yourself or get lessons for your GS. I play the violin the in a local orchestra and absolutely love it. You'll find yourself in the company of people that you would otherwise never get to know.
I have to agree with KMQ, I think I have to keep the harp and learn to play it or otherwise the story is just not believable.
I agree with the others, I would definitely keep and learn how to play.
That is awesome. I also agree, you should keep the harp and learn to play it.
Post a Comment