100 Days of Practice, Day 92: The Power of I DON'T WANNA

"I don't want to!"

Anyone who's ever experienced a strong-willed three year old girl in a Tasmanian tantrum knows the power of that statement.

It is so powerful that, when exercised, it will make even the most hard-lined pacifist socialist start thinking Republican things like, "Is it possible to design and construct a missile (AKA a pair of rolled up socks) that can be thrown through doors and connect with soft targets with absolute precision?"

It is so powerful that, when exercised, it will make even a person who's committed to 100 days of practice and who's at day 92 choose to sit in front of the computer with a cup of coffee at 7:30 am instead of going to the practice room.

But, it is just kryptonite. It is not more powerful than locomotives, not able to leap tall buildings with a single bound. We leave that job to Super Sue, who DOESN'T WANNA [insert shaken fists here] but is about to go do it.

... because like Mommy says, "It doesn't matter if you don't want to. You HAVE to."

Comments

Peig said…
day 92

Diddo that soul momma

this am went over all tunes I think they will play tonight. SOOOOO, does session playing count toward the 100 days. I have been waiting 92 days to be able to ask that question. that is if I don't turn into the warner bro's frog.....