That process seems inefficient.
Is that what a person who's afraid to dance needs?
2: Elaborately soundproofed art installations are dandy, but liquor is quicker.
For other UFers keen to be patrons, my friend Marna has made a book that might appeal to some here: "The Waste Land for Babies: a picture book"
(Apologies for spam, too-early threadjacking, assumptions abt yr tastes and so on. But it is a nice thing and the kickstarter window ends Friday.)
That is a very charming installation.
I get the sense that 5 was written with distaste.
A car is also a good place for a shy person to sing.
A shower is more traditional.
But one is traditionally overheard, and mocked.
I want to love 4, but it is seriously just too terrifying -- at least for my sensitive and bookish 20-month-old, and possibly for me. For a completely, unambiguously illiterate baby, lovely project!