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Paid in Full

June 15th, 2007 at 07:08 am

DD#2's flute is finally paid in full. She's been paying for this flute for over 3 years (since 4th grade), using her allowance money she gets for doing chores. It's been a long haul and she finally finished it.

To be honest, I thought she'd get part way through the plan and decide she wasn't interested in playing the flute any longer, but she didn't. She faithfully practices and really enjoys it. It was a good investment.

2 Responses to “Paid in Full”

  1. disneysteve Says:

    That's great. Learning to play an instrument is a lifetime skill that is well worth the cost. I learned piano when I was young and even though I don't play regularly anymore, I still sit down from time to time. My daughter has been playing viola for 2 years and I hope she sticks with it.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    If the child loves music and wants to play, musical instruments are a wonderful investment. Of course, I'm a huge advocate of learning instruments. The instruments owned in this house include a violin, a viola, a piano, 2 guitars, 2 recorders (different octaves), a bagpipe practice horn (forgot the real name of it, but won't let my DH have the bagpipes) and a flute. Plus DH plays drums but we don't have space for those. Musical education is so neglected in the schools these days. I'm glad your daughter loves it.

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