Matthew gave me “Oreo” for my 30th birthday because I had a dream of learning to play guitar. She’s a 000-17E Martin acoustic guitar and she is a beauty. Sitting on her stand in the BLM Harris For The People Vote BIDEN HARRIS 2020 Long Sleeve T-Shirt besides I will buy this living room collecting dust…just kidding, Matt played her a little. But now I have had time and desperately needed an outlet for myself and my brain to do something new. I have been taking Zoom lessons twice a week and playing for about 20 minutes every day. I finally have calluses built up on my fingertips (not a small feat). I really look forward to my lessons and torturing my family by practicing “Happy Birthday”—or more recently, this week it has been “Seven Nation Army”—over and over and over.
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