It is amazing that you can record a piece whilst walking around on tiptoe
This is thoughtfully and noteperfectly played, but rather wooden and metronomic, conceived more as a sequence of notes than
as an ebb and flow of music. Your pedal usage is very judicious, never causing an ugly blur. Some of the pauses between sections seem
just a little too long. The one thing that irritates me in this recording is your habit of coming in slightly early with the next bar (prime examples at 0:17, 0:44 and the very last bar). This is something that IMO you really need to watch out for. When in doubt, rather come too late than too early.
I'd liked to have heard more of the two-bar phrasing (just a little air between vars 2 and 3 and similar places), and of the diminuendi at the end of the sections, which are the only dynamics in this piece and therefore should be made the most of. I do not hear much of the ritardando in bars 12-15, and although no ritardando is specified for the ending, I think one would have been appropriate. As a last observation, this is overall much too slow. It says 108 to the quarter in my Peters score, which surely must be a mistake. The editor (Emil Sauer) suggests 80 which sounds plausible. I think you are below 50.
Sorry to be rather critical here. You do have a good basis here but this will need a bit more attention to detail. Easy pieces are so deceptive ! There's nowhere to hide, and no excuses can be made. But they offer great opportunity for refining your playing.