Thursday, December 03, 2009

winter recital

The ever so talented Latu' family from Tonga represented the Winter Recital this year. Le'o our most amazing piano teacher was off to Texas to see her husband who just returned from Iraq and was stationed there for the next few months. We will miss her while she's gone, but she has plenty of talented siblings to take her place for a while.

Boston played "Cuckoo" and played it very well. He is my handsome little piano player.
Did i mention how much i love it, when Boys play the Piano.
I love it!


We had Nana & my niece Lauren come and support Boston.

Also it is always so fun for us, because Elder Holland and his wife are there with their grandkids who also take lessons from Le'o. We feel like we know them so well now.{wink}
he always says the cutest little comments to Boston.




9 comments:

Jacq said...

I too love boy piano players (my hubby;-) and of course Boston!) Elder Holland has always been one of my favorites. I bet that is so neat that you get to see him at those recitals. We miss you guys!

John and Ann Tolman said...

Keep up the good work! I love when kids can develop their talents.

dulces said...

Loved the recital! Boston you are a natural on the piano, never quit playing!! Papa would give anything if he could play the piano! Pres. Holland being was just an added bonus! What a great, sweet, friendly man of God!!!

L Johnson said...

Boston keep practicing, you are getting to be such a great pianist!!!!

Kierstin said...

Good job Boston! I love that you get to see Elder Holland each year-you are so lucky!!

Jenn Granum said...

Good job, Bos! I want to hear him! Where is the you tube video?

Summer Carlile said...

You are so lucky I totally want to meet him!

Granum Family said...

Boston looks so old! So cool that you get to see Elder Holland everytime!

jane said...

I'm going to have to have Boston sit down and play us a song the next time he's at our house, i want to hear his piano skills! elizabeth & michael duckworth come over to our house and will play for us - because their teacher requires them to practice in front of other people every so often, they are incredible. I can't ever get my kids to play for them, they're way too embarrassed that they aren't as good!

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