Asha and Enoch love to sing and play. One of the joys we have is seeing them develop their musical skills.
They both have excellent teachers - Elaine Thomas is guiding Asha with the violin and Trevor Ross helps Enoch with the keyboard. Both teachers see the music the kids are making as not just a set of notes and skills - but as an expression of praise to God himself.
Here is a small snippet of one of the songs they are playing these days.
If you come home - it may take a few minutes for Asha and Enoch to warm up to you. But should they get the violin and keyboard out - then you are in for a treat of at least 3 songs of not more.
What a difference from my musically challenged childhood. My mother - bless her heart - tried so hard to coax something musical out of me. We went through the piano, recorder and finally guitar. Mum tried to teach me the first - and got me to go for recorder lessons and finally paid good money for guitar tutoring. But of no avail. I was too lazy and uninterested. How different this next gen is. Yes, we do need the occasional ''strong suggestion" to have our twosome practice their instruments - but both teachers are happy (and both parents thrilled) with what we have going.