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Happy Monday, my lovely sunshines! 🙂

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! Here’s a short story I wrote to start off the week full of intrigue and inspiration.

I stood up hearing the beautiful flow of violin music playing somewhere in the distance. Thinking to myself, “how can it be that no one else seems to notice?” I found myself frantically searching for where it was coming from. I was stunned that nobody else here in the library seemed the least bit disturbed or curious. Then the thought came, “maybe you’ve gone mad.”

Shaking my head, I knew there had to be a good explanation. I continued my curious exploration. I followed the sound of the violin as the harmony seemed to become louder and louder. As I rounded the corner, I saw a soft yellow light pouring out from the edges of an isle of books. I walked faster, my heart thrumming to the same rhythm as the violin in the near distance.

Finally, I reached my destination, but there I stood in utter confusion. The music had stopped, there was no one else around. The thought again entered my mind, “maybe you’re going mad.” But as I walked down the next isle sitting on the shelf was a book emitting a soft glow of light. I hesitated for just a moment, then gently picked it up, the title read, “The Musical Muse: Heart of a Musician.”
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The Music that Calls Me: The Musical Muse

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Hello, my rays of sunshine! I’m Jenna Gee, aka the Sunshine Artist, always seeking to brighten the world around me and seeking to help others embrace the magic that’s inside them. Every day is an empty canvas waiting to be painted and an empty page waiting to be written. Let’s fill today with the magic of the world around us!


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16 thoughts on “The Music that Calls Me: The Musical Muse

    1. Thank you Punam! 😊 I’ve always loved the violin and have always felt this sense of wonder and magic when I watch or listen to someone play the violin. Yes I was listening to and watching Lindsey Stirling and it was truly inspiring.🌹❤️

      1. Music can be so inspiring. My son wanted to learn violin but then settled on guitar. My daughter plays the piano. So I can truly understand your passion for music. ❤️❤️

      2. That’s wonderful the connection your family has with music, it’s such a wonderful outlet to express ourselves (whether through playing, writing, or listening). ❤️ 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, I’m glad you connected with it. I have an honest passion and love for the violin..it’s called to me since I was a young girl. I really wanted to learn the violin, but we had a large family and the budget was tight. My mom passed on her love and musical talents to me through her trombone that she treasured playing in band as a kid. Music is a part of my creative spirit…The connection of music is infused with our souls and is a little muse that speaks to each of us as individuals.

      1. I admire anyone who can play the violin its a very emotional sound, you show such perseverance for something you really love and that’s so wonderful to read and appreciate more about you.

      2. Thank you. 😊 I agree the violin is a very expressive instrument. Do you play any instruments?

    1. Me either, but it’s on my bucket list of things to do. 🙂 After all, we’re never to old to learn something new. 😊❤️

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