I wish I could play piano.

It’s a beautiful instrument.

Nothing brings me to tears like a good piano ballad. There’s just something timeless about the piano.

I like to think that if I bought a piano, that I would spend time learning how to play. I took a course in college, just for fun. I wasn’t good, but my problem was that I didn’t put in the practice time.

I’m kind of the same with guitar. I actually own a guitar, but don’t practice enough to progress beyond beginner stuff.

It’s hard to find time to practice.

It’s hard to find time to do a lot of things.

Every day I go home with intentions of accomplishing great things. But, I’m lucky if I get food on the table, my son to bed, and the dishes washed. After that, I can hardly muster the energy to do anything. And, practicing an instrument is usually not on the forefront of my mind at that point.

How do people do it?

I guess it’s all about priorities.

Published by Brian

Christian, husband, father, Pepperdine alum, marketing account manager and more. Passionate about music, movies, religion, communication, nonprofits and the Lakers.

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