9 months ago 🥁 for day 19, 2021 with 269 words.

My Kind Of Bank

Days of COVID: 309.
Exercise: Went shopping.
Welsh phrase of the day: Dw i'n hoffi dwisgo sgert (I don't like wearing skirts).


Actually I might like wearing skirts I don't know I've never tried it. Plenty of men wear kilts which are basically the same thing in my book and I've seen plenty of men wearing things that I would describe as skirts and definitely arn't kilts. I used to have a wrap around toweling garment that I wore when I lived in the Caribbean. Now I down't know what they are called, a towel wrap or something like that, but honestly, what is so different about that and a skirt? I have no idea.


Today I played some Mozart. Yes that composer. With two hands. With both hands playing notes at the same time. Single notes with the right handle and two note chords with the left. And I did it by reading music too. Wonders will never cease and I figure the seven day trial is going to become a one-year trial.

Of course, previously I didn't know that Mozart wrote "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and after a bit of Googling it became obvious that I was right all along because he didn't. It is the same melody used for many songs, including Baa, Baa, Black Sheep and Ist das nicht ein Schnitzelbank the last of which sounds the most interesting. What is this Schnitzelbank that they sing about, a bank for Schnitzel's? How does that work? Either way can I have the Jager account option please because this sounds like my kind of bank!

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