THIS is Covid in California: Spontaneous Saxy Saturday

March 16, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Who knew my spontaneous saxy Saturday performance from our balcony would result in the utmost act of genuine kindness.

Around 11am on February 27th, Kayla, Tova, and I heard cheering and honking outside our window, as balloon-studded cars drove by for a Covid-style birthday celebration. 🎉

THIS is Covid in California...
I was just wrapping up a photography lecture, when Kayla urged me to pick up my Alto Saxophone to play a little birthday tune for the crowd. 🎷🎶

I was unprepared, but that’s not the point. The point is that the birthday crew loved it, appreciated it, and hand delivered a thank you note to our front door about an hour later. It was totally unexpected. Let’s also make it clear that they had no idea where exactly we lived, but they figured out which apartment we were in based on the location of our balcony. #skillz (our place can be confusing)

The take away...

This is my Covid in California story of the day. Thank you, Thompson family, for brightening my day! 😁❤

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