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Stepping Out of My Own Way

Recently I had to go through a lot of old photos and videos, and boy has it got me feeling old! Not only did the boys look so young, I looked so much younger than I do now and I only went back a couple of years.

Not that it matters. It was just something I noticed.

Anyway, so far this week has been treating me pretty well. I feel good besides an allergy attack here or there. I’ve been eating well, getting to my 6 am workouts (which are again routine for me and I love it!), the gym is running fairly smoothly, the kids have been good (mostly), and I’ve been carving out a few minutes to practice guitar almost every day again!

Today was my 30-minute lesson and I came home able to do this!

Anybody know what song it is?

The fact that I can play a melody that’s actually recognizable is almost incomprehensible to me. I watched my dad and my brother both play guitar growing up and not once did I look at it and think, “I could do that!”

On the contrary, I just assumed I couldn’t.

I’m not sure why, and the older I get I realize I thought that way about so, SO, many things. Many of those things I do now!

I always knew I was my own worst enemy.

I think the best part of getting older is gaining the ability to recognize that and then step out of your way.

The worst part?

Wrinkles.

For sure.

So far anyway.

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Tod Hetherington
THIS IS MY STORY THIS IS MY SONG! Hi and welcome to my blog my name is Tod Harkins. I have been ripped off by so many so called Gurus and products ,that I feel its time to help people who are just starting i want to guide them to become a success. i will help you along the way i give you true and honest advise and training.

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