I saw my guitar teacher at our local cannabis dispensary the other day

I started playing the guitar at the age of 13, but I had to teach myself. While my parents barely scraped together enough money to get me a guitar in the first place, paying for lessons on top of it was out of the question. I was always frustrated by this because I had friends who barely cared about guitar getting lessons at the local music store. Still, it gave me a strong DIY ethos when it comes to the instrument. I bought books on guitar and learned as much as I could from other people along the way. I never gave up my love for the instrument even if I struggled to maintain a rehearsal and practice schedule during my college years. When I finished college, I spent more money on gear than I could have spent on lessons to get better at playing. I finally reached a point where I realized I wouldn’t really improve unless I started taking regular lessons while following the teacher’s instructions and exercises. After just one year of weekly lessons, I started to drastically improve at the guitar. My guitar teacher is a nice guy who isn’t very much older than I am. He grew up in a family of musicians and was at special music camps during his summers in middle school and high school. We even shop at the same cannabis dispensary. I was over at my local cannabis store buying marijuana edibles and cannabis flower products the other day when I saw my guitar teacher buying a few cannabis oil pens. We laughed and shared a few comments before we left the building. At least we’re both on the same page about marijuana!
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