by Andrea Corona
Well, in principle I can say that this quarantine has taught me to value every minute that I have not spent with my loved ones, since we are far from each other, and many times we put pretexts such as "I do not have time" or "I have many things what to do "so as not to spend time with our family, we prioritize more money or other people, however, in this quarantine I have realized that money or material is not what matters most, if not the moments, the memories that We create, since thanks to my ukulele and music in general I have been closer to my family these days, since I have a sister with cerebral palsy who loves when I play, it is she who motivates me and encourages me to practice and to sing since when he touched and I sing an impressive smile is formed and the batons that he makes to me in his own way are the best feeling for me, something that for work or school I had not set myself to analyze, and the best was when thanks to her we made u na video call with my brothers and nephews who are in CDMX, in that video call, they asked me to sing and play, at the end everyone in the video call applauded me and told me that this was a memory that would stay with them forever, because I am the first in the family to be in an artistic field and that makes me special and makes those who listen to me special, because my 2 nephews want to learn to play, it is the most beautiful thing that the ukulele has given me in this quarantine, inspire what new generations and people want to go for the same or even be better. ♥ ️
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