and we will put the lonesome on the shelf

I meant to post these pho­tos much ear­li­er but haven’t got­ten around to it. Mike and I went to a wed­ding two weeks ago, and it was so sweet! One of my favourite part was some­one play­ing Ingrid Michael­son’s You and I on a tin can ban­jo (hence the title of this post! :D).

Now I real­ly want to learn to make and play a tin can ban­jo (for­get about the fact that I’ve kind of giv­en up on learn­ing the ukulele. So sad that I missed the tuna can ban­jo work­shop in the city last week­end :( hop­ing they’ll have anoth­er one in the future… any­way, I digress.)

These were hang­ing on the wed­ding arch.


The wed­ding took place on the bor­der of Cana­da by the St. Clair Riv­er — Hel­lo to my friends liv­ing in the Unit­ed States! :D


The wed­ding was an excel­lent oppor­tu­ni­ty to put the hand­made dress to good use :D 


Feel­ing the love in every detail :D


Have a love­ly week­end, everyone! 



4 thoughts on “and we will put the lonesome on the shelf

  1. Oh, Trish, don’t give up on the ukulele! It is a delight­ful­ly fun instru­ment. I played the ukulele dur­ing my sin­ga­longs when I worked at the nurs­ing home. Now I most­ly play with my Mom while she plays her accor­dion. Scan­di­na­vian music on the ukulele! Some­one recent­ly told me that the ukulele is very pop­u­lar in Nor­way right now, so there you go :-).

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