Like I had mentioned earlier, Marcus was having a rough time with some work assignments. It seemed like the only thing that would cheer him up was...
Yeah, seriously. Yoo-hoo.
Anyway, since he had been given some money with his award from BYU, we decided to put it to good use: a stress outlet for Marcus.
I think this is the first time I've seen him smile WHILE putting together something that arrived in tiny pieces in the Amazon box.
Check it out, he's still happy :)
You can almost tell what it is there.
Ah, his finished product. (I thought it was funny how his big cheesy smile vanished when he was playing since he said he was happier. LOL.)
No worries, the cat was ALWAYS close.
Yes, he is playing in our living room in these pictures.
No, it did not stay there. But we're still working on its final home in the bedroom somewhere. (Organizing that room is a project for another month.)
It actually packs up pretty small. A ton smaller than his actual kit, which is still in Utah.
Surprisingly enough it is so quiet. I'm sure neighbors will like this tons better than when he had his set up in our other apartments.
But he likes it. And he's super excited for when his bass pedal comes in the mail, if you even noticed he doesn't have one yet.
And I'm hoping it does its job. Relieve stress. Marcus' and mine! Haha.
New rule-- Little Critter is allowed to play any instrument, as long as it is small... :)