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My stepmom had multiple brain aneurysms and she plays piano. She sucks though. She can't play in keys that have sharps (she prefers flats, for some reason).

She also got struck by lightning when she was 12 and has a pacemaker...

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Maybe getting struck by lightning caused her to have those aneurysms later on.

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That's what I figured too. I just don't like her enough to invite her to blab about it by asking her.

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arensky wrote:
Brain aneurysm rupture.


Yikes! :!: Boy, you are one extremely fortunate person. Two of our family's aquaintances (one a close friend) had brain aneurysms that ruptured; one made it, one didn't.

By the way, it sounds like you had a fantastic program definitely worthy of success - those are some of my favorite impressionistic works. Who can go wrong with a generous serving of Ravel and Poulenc? :D

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