A Few Parting Words from The Confluence Countdown

Well, it’s Monday and we’re already back at work, householders that we are. Although we still have to post our thoughts from Sunday’s sessions (and a bonus practice at Tim’s), we thought we’d take a moment to thank all of the kind people who came up to us at the Confluence and introduced themselves, and said some kind words about the blog. Thanks to all the readers, commenters and contributors. It’s been fun, and words can’t express how sad we are to see it end.

However…Sunday’s second session with the Senior Western Teachers closed with parting words from each teacher. All of them expressed their love for the Confluence and the students, including Richard Freeman, who said, “More!” and Eddie Stern, who finished up with this:

Let’s do it again next year, in New York!

We’ll take that for an endorsement of a new Confluence Countdown. So we’re restarting the clock. Off we go!

New York, here we come!

Posted with love by Bobbie and Steve


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3 thoughts on “A Few Parting Words from The Confluence Countdown”

  1. What a pleasure to meet both of you. And, to share one last practice together, too, at Tim’s. See you next year!

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