I am not someone who has ever cared what other people thought of my style of dress. I’m pretty confident with my look, however I’ve noticed more than a few heads turn when I’m out with my kid.
When we are out she gives me one of her toys to hold on to while she plays. Sometimes I forget how odd I must look to other people when she’s about 10 feet away from me and I am holding a fuzzy stuffed unicorn and a tiara.
Published by Ed Castro
Dr. Edward Castro has been teaching instrumental music since 1998 and has been a faculty member of Eastside Preparatory School since 2017. In addition, he is a lecturer and affiliated artist at Pacific Lutheran University and Seattle Pacific University. Ed is a founding member of the Mosaic Brass Quintet, a member of the Lyric Brass Quintet and regularly performs as a freelance trumpeter for groups such as the Tacoma Opera, Tacoma Symphony and Seattle Symphony. Ed lives with his wife, his young daughter and Sammy the poodle.
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