Feel the Music

I have this neighbor around the corner who refers to me as Barbara Walker, because he knows me as the ‘walker’ of the neighborhood. ๐Ÿ˜‚

To light him up, all you have to do is mention baseball, or music. The bass guitar in particular. Toward the end of our conversation he mentions his right shoulder, and how he can’t do the things he once loved to do. He loved playing baseball so much he injured his shoulder and throwing arm. He meets his baseball buddies for a round of frisbee golf, but it’s not the same.

He’s the kind of guy who is gonna play and go all in. I wonder how many broken bones he’s had and if he has scars? I don’t see him as injured. It looks like to me, he lived.

One Republic-I Lived

3 Comments

  1. As we get older I believe the temptation is to become more cautious, to live less, when this may be the time when we should be pulling out all the stops. To go out with a bang instead of a whisper. ๐Ÿค

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    1. Letitgocoach says:

      I agree completely my darling! Thank you for this nugget of wisdom. ๐Ÿ’–

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