Thursday, May 24, 2018

In Honor of Memorial Day & A Giveaway!!!

My dad was a Navy veteran and even though I spent much of my childhood missing him, I'm proud of the work he did serving our great country.  He recently passed away so this Memorial Day has an even greater meaning to me.

In honor of Memorial Day and all of our veterans, we wanted to offer a GIVEAWAY of our popular Piano Flip Book and put it on SALE!  We will be doing a drawing for TWO Piano Flip Books!

If you would like to participate in the giveaway, there are two ways to get your name in the random drawing from now through May 31, 2018.  First, put a comment below letting us know what Memorial Day means to you and second, start following our Birds of a Feather Facebook page here.  If you do both, you will have two chances to win!

A fantastic way to teach your students about the piano!  The drawing will take place on May 28th.  We will post TWO winners on Tuesday, May 29th!


We will also be putting the Piano Flip Book on SALE through May 31st.  Get 20% off!  This one time purchase allows you a complete studio license!  

You can find more about the flip book here.  


Happy Memorial Day!

10 comments:

Sheila said...

Although no immediate family members are veterans, it’s important for all to take time to appreciate immense sacrifices and remember dear ones who are no longer with us with love and gratitude.

Joan Smolinski said...

My dad was also in the Navy and this is my first Memorial Day without him. He passed on Thanksgiving Day. One of his last good days was Veteran’s Day, and I was able to go with him to the celebration at the Assisted Living facility he was living at. He and my mom were big supporters as I started my piano studio. They were at every recital, helping with whatever I needed and video-taping the program. My mom passed a few years ago, and although Dad wasn’t up for the 75-minute drive anymore, he always asked about my students. Sorry for rambling on - I miss him very much.

Karen said...

My dad served in WWI in the army. Miss him dearly . Our son became interested in everything he told him and became a history teacher.

Lori Bolt said...

My dad served in the Air Force post Korea, and my husband is a former Marine. He has brothers who served in various branches of the armed forces, as did his deceased father. I am so thankful for all who served and gave their lives for my freedom.

Christine Martin said...

My grandfather served with the Navy during World War II and I also have a cousin who has served as an Army Ranger. Proud to be an American and so grateful for all our military who gave their life defending our country and protecting our freedom!

Jeri Lynne said...

My dad was in the Vietnam War, and both my grandad served in WW2. Memorial Day is meaningful to our family because I think it is important to set aside time to remember the ones who served so we can be free.

Unknown said...

For me, Memorial Day is a day to reflect on the high cost of freedom and to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. So grateful to our military for their service to our country!

Alexandria Rose said...

Memorial Day is about coming together and spending time with those that you love. We are extremely lucky to be able to live in a free country. So it is important to reflect and honor those who have given their lives to give us the gift of freedom. I feel so blessed to live in this wonderful country!

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Christine E said...

Memorial Day helps us to remember the sacrifices of those who came before us.

Val said...

Memorial Day is a wonderful time to reach our children about the sacrifices made by so many and how we can honor those sacrifices.