Self-doubt, self-consciousness and my debut at the Ryman

My husband and I just returned from an amazing trip to Nashville with two other couples. (Sidebar, if you have never been to Nashville I highly recommend! There was something for new country lovers, Honky Tonk lovers, and non-country lovers. Nashville was awesome!)

One of the things my husband and I did when we were there was tour the Ryman Auditorium. For those of you who know nothing about the Ryman, it is pretty much the Holy Grail of live music venues. It is the ultimate place to perform if you are a country music singer (or really just a singer in general.)

For the last part of the Ryman tour, people could go up on the stage and have their picture taken.  A couple guitars and a microphone could be used as props. I begged my husband to go up there and take a picture with me, but he wouldn’t. I was not about to miss out on the chance to step on the same stage that has graced the likes of music legends such as Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks, and The Wiggles…wait, what?! Anyway, I grabbed a guitar, walked up on the stage and stood there and smiled for the camera. So, what does this have to do with positivity and finding your Highest Self? I’ll tell you.

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