The boys had a really rough day but all is not lost – Page 2

The boys had a really rough day but all is not lost

This isn’t anything serious, but he does complain of tummy aches and we need to get to the bottom of it.

Anyway, while we were out, I needed to stop by the music store and pick up a couple XLR cables for the ever growing, makeshift home studio I’ve setup for the podcast. While we were there, Emmett became very interested in the guitars. I asked if he’d be interested in learning to play. He said yes, and I checked into it. It’s not very expensive and I feel like it might be a really good outlet for him.

It’s something that I’m going to encourage if he’s interested. He needs a constructive, healthy outlet and learning an instrument is an awesome thing.

As the day came to a close, I was happily surprised when Elliott and Emmett asked if they could have a guys night in the living room. I was upstairs working and I thought, hell, if they’re getting along, why not? I really feel like we ended the day on a positive note and I’m really grateful that they were able to spend some quality time together tonight, without fighting.

I don’t have any major plans for Sunday. I’m gonna finish prepping for this week’s interviews, work on mixing next week’s episode and get some laundry done. Still feeling quite motivated and I like it. ☺

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I can assure you that playing an instrument has given me a great deal of pleasure most of my life.

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