For those of you actually still reading this blog after the last post, I thank you.
For a few days now I have noticed that one key on our piano made a funny little buzzing sound each time it was played. (It was the first 'F' to the left of middle C, if you were wondering.) It sounded/felt to me like something was down in between the keys.
I was close.
I pointed out this buzzing to Greg, who immediately jumped into the project, and began disassembling our piano! I didn't even know this was possible! He opened the top, turned a couple of latches in the upright part, and lifted a whole big section off the front.
And what we saw when he did that explained everything.
So let's all say together:
"THE PIANO IS NOT A MAIL RECEPTACLE"
I'm glad those weren't bills or anything time-sensitve. And yes. Those are 3-D glasses sitting on my F key. Buzzing solved.
And in a totally unrelated piano incident....
No. He's NOT climbing, actually. It may have started that way, but he's just standing like that, and playing.
Let's all say together:
"THE PIANO BENCH IS NOT A BALLET BARRE"