Throwback Thursday 02/11/2016

This one is by request for Sourgirl.

Jarrod Guitar

Here is the backstory. I’m two years old. My half-brother, 15 years older than me, takes great pleasure in introducing me to his love of music which includes Dokken, Scorpions, KISS, AC/DC, Krokus, Ozzy Osbourne, and the list goes on and on. Both of my brothers were very talented musicians when young and during these days, my brother often has his friends over to jam on their guitars. Not wanting to be left out, I often want to join and older brother obliges me, mainly because his female friends think I am cute and it helps him in that department.

But you see, a young rocker is developing and something has awakened in me. When my brother leaves for work, school, or to hang with his buddies, I sneak into his room and attempt to play his records and his guitar, mimicking older brother. My brother attempts to tell my mother (his step-mother) about me in his room but she doesn’t believe him as no child of hers would listen to such music.

After breaking my brother’s needle on his record player, he’s had enough. He catches me in the act of messing with his guitar and snaps a photograph for proof.

The look on my face says it all.

Dokken – “In My Dreams” from 1985’s “Under Lock and Key” album.

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12 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday 02/11/2016

  1. I don’t know where to start! Thank you for posting the picture, it’s uber cute! That’s a nice guitar, I must say, and I LOVE bean bag chairs! Funny how indicative the picture was of your future interests. I know my personal tastes still reflect the influence of my teenage siblings and I wouldn’t change it for the world.

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    • I am glad you enjoyed the piece and thank you for sharing it on Twitter! 🙂

      My brother claims his buddy turned that guitar into a bass. We had a lot of good times on that bean bag but after many years of kids jumping on it, its days were numbered after a number of holes developed and the cat started using it as her litter box.

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