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TidBits About Donna #4 Trumpet

I played the trumpet in elementary school. I went to Blessed Sacrament in Erie, Pennsylvania. My sister, Judy and I used to practice in our second floor bedroom. Not because we wanted to — we had to. Judy played the sax. We used to wait until someone walked by on the sidewalk across the street, then we’d blow our horns out the window as loud as we could. It was not a pretty sound, but it was fun to watch the startled people search for that weird noise.


January 10, 2010 - Posted by | Anything Writing


  1. Wow, you and Judy wreaked havoc on the neighborhood? I never would have guessed!

    Comment by Sanner | January 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. I haven’t told you everything yet.

    Comment by donnaodonnellfigurski | January 13, 2010 | Reply

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