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Sunday, February 7, 2010

The Music Man

My Dick used to play guitar in a band when he was a strapping, young man. Raising his son and life in general just got in the way and he gave it up. 

He is not alone.... 

Our hopes, our dreams get discarded along the way for what ever reason.... lack of money.... lack of time... lack of support...


This is dedicated to one of my love's dreams.


You see, we got it back for him.


Welcome to our life:


Fine strands of metal sing a mournful blues note




Her shoulders carry the weight of the world, 
strong, yet sensual to the touch




Bound by the strength of a master builder




Melodies carried high and low




His romance of the strings begins anew 


                                     

She awaits his next caress


11 comments:

Unknown Mami said...

It is NEVER too late to pursue our dreams. She is beautiful.

Carol VR said...

Does he give lessons?!?

Lori E said...

Good for him.
My husband finally got a cabin getaway for his dream. He can snow mobile and atv to his hearts content on weekends.
I call her his mistress because she is all fun and new and the house here is the old wife who gets little attention. Paint, gutters, yardwork....too busy building an outdoor kitchen for the mistress cabin. Lol.
I hope he has a blast with his guitar. Now does this make you his groupie?

Eva Gallant said...

What a beauty! I'll bet he's thrilled!

Joanna Jenkins said...

That is absolutely awesome! Your pictures are gorgeous.

Glad I got to see them via Unknown Mami.

Dream on!

jj

Twincerely,Olga said...

Sweet guitar!!!

DJan said...

Now THAT is beauty. And sensitive beautiful pictures taking me to his special place...

angelcel said...

I bet he's thrilled with this - and BTW I *love* that 4th photo with the contrasting black and gold. :)

Ocean Girl said...

I love all your pictures. They are a beauty that bringeth beautiful music even in silence.

Nina Diane said...

nice...

ethelmaepotter! said...

Music for the ears, music for the eyes.
This is a beautiful guitar, but I probably would have never given it a second glance were it not for your masterstroke.
My husband is a guitar player, too, but never gave it up. He has...actually I'm not sure how many guitars around the house, as well as basses, keyboards, and various other instruments. Great post!