Jackie's Forget Me Nots

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Strike a Chord

436a908de0b558fae1a1c6e9609d5b8cI bought a harmonica once because I really like the way it sounds. It has harmony, but I don’t like the way it tastes or smells like a tin sandwich. Anyway I practiced for a little while and started to learn how to wahwah but breathing is a big aspect of playing the harmonica and I got discouraged because you need to be long winded or something. I realize it takes more practice but it’s not like strumming chords on a guitar or pushing buttons on a trumpet or blowing in a trombone. It takes a certain coordination . Do I wish I could still play? Yes I do! I think the harmonica is right up my alley. Maybe you think it sounds lonely but I like it . I can visualize a long and lonely road with the sound a harmonica makes….lonely with a little bit of riffraff. I like it.

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