Jaimie Waltz

Jaimie Waltz

This is my black upright Kawai piano. This is where I go when I’m sad, angry, lonesome, or I just need something to occupy my time. I have been playing piano since I was 5. It has always been a way for me to express my feelings and prove to myself that I can accomplish something if I work hard on it and set my mind to it. When I finish a piece, I feel a sense of accomplishment even though it can always be worked on, changed, or improved. I am always eager to learn new songs and tackle new challenges. Focussing on singing and writing has been my main priority lately. If I had a bad day or I’m frustrated about something I pour out my feelings into my piano and turn it into song. This sort of venting method helps me move on and forget about whatever was bothering me even more so than talking to someone about my troubles. My main audience consists of my mom, dad, and my complaining sister, who grumbles about how it’s too loud when she’s trying to concentrate on watching her favorite show on the television. My piano is very special to me it portrays how much I love music and strive to accomplish the individual goals I make. I’m sure it will continue to be a major part of my life.