The wife used to be, long ago, a concert pianist. For the past several years, she's had fibromyalgia pretty bad, and it killed the muscle memory and fine coordination, and she prety much lost her playing ability. But about a year ago, she took an interest again, and I got her a used Roland keyboard that has some pretty nice sounds, and the keys work a little easier than a 'real' one. She's been working slowly and with difficulty, there'll never be any more Rachmaninoff, but she can play a little. So she started badgering me to learn some Christmas carols. And slowly and with difficulty, I am. She gets a tad uppity about the slides and bends I drop in, but she's got nuttin to woof about....ever listen to a classical trained person try to play blues? So, together, we sound......terrible. But ya know, we both of us have WAY more miles behind the back wheel than we do in front of the headlight, and anything we can share and enjoy during the Holidays is precious. So, get together with your loved one, or someone, and DO something. Don't just buy em a bunch of STUFF, DO something together. And think how special and precious the time you have together is.