I am thankful for the old reed organ that has been used in our church for decades, and also for the newer portable electronic piano that we have just started in its place. The electronic piano was purchased more than a decade ago, but I have played it only a few times. Unfortunately, the user's guide is missing, but someone said the manufacturer's website might have a downloadable guide. He was right, and now I know how to use its various functions. Since I am not used to playing the electronic organ, I went to the church to practice it last Thursday and Friday, when there was nobody else there. I am thankful that the piano can be made to sound like the pipe organ and that the touch sensitivity can be turned off. I hope to practice it a few more times next week.
I saw the ophthalmologist last Tuesday. I am glad that my eyes haven't got worse.
I have started teaching myself how to use the electric sewing machine that belonged to my mother. The sewing machine had been gathering dust in the storeroom for a decade. -- I prefer sewing by hand. I have been extremely clumsy with a sewing machine, and I am afraid it would take me longer to sew with a machine. -- Thanks to the user's guide that I found in the case, I have learned how to make straight stitches and zigzag stitches.