Amazingly, neither of the boys remember this, but one day we were on a tram in the city of Melbourne going somewhere [I don’t remember why].
We were up one end of the tram and at the other end of this sparsely populated tram was a young woman with a Cello case.
I pointed her out to the boys and we made our way down the tram to where she was sitting.
She was very shy but she still spoke to us.
I explained that we were home schoolers and that the boys would love to see her Cello.
She very kindly opened the case and talked a little bit about her experience with the instrument but when it came down to it her shyness would not let her take it out and play something for us, which was a shame.
None the less, it was an excellent experience for us, one of those situations you only get because you are out and about looking for life.