Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Tune Tuesday- Dancing away at a 11:45 Fools Day dance party

I have always loved to dance.  I have this funny memory of being in my Junior High days and signing up for a jazz dance class through Continuing Education.  I was the only person in the class and the teacher was so patient.  I had/have no talent but my heart loves it.

Zumba awakened that in me again about four years ago.  In Zumba I don't have to be perfect.  I never watch myself in the mirror, I just pretend that I look exactly like the instructor who is on stage.  I know I don't, but I don't care.  It makes me happy.

This song has come up a few times on Songza and each time I have paused and thought about how much I liked it.  I finally bought it and have now officially listened to it 100 times in the last two weeks.

It is a great song to dance to and sing loudly.

If you are one of my "spontaneous" dance party friends, crank this song at 11:45 am on April Fools Day and let's move like the Fools we are happy to be.

Sunday, March 08, 2015

reasons it's ok to cry in an airport

1) you just said goodbye to a person you love

2) the flight you are boarding isn't heading to the "right" place

3) you stubbed your toe

(Just kidding on the last one. This post just felt a little heavy.)

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Tune Tuesday - to my superman

I love you.

That is all.

and repeat times a lifetime

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Tune Tuesday - Maroon 5

I really need to get some additional content on here and it's been on my radar.  I need to get my NY Resolutions out and an update on my peeps in the DR.  Unfortunately, my time is short and it's a Tuesday anyway so for now, one of my favorite songs from the new Maroon 5 album.

And you can rejoice along with me that I'll be seeing them live in 74 days!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tune Tuesday - a spanish ditty

The Boys in the DR are all really into music as are most kids their age around the world.  Just like in the states some can sing, some Can.Not. (Sorry Carlos) Dilson always has a song of some type running through his head.  It's awesome because he doesn't even realize it but if you observe him long enough it becomes very obvious that in his head there is a rock concert.

Despite the fact Carlos can't sing (but the boy CAN dance - dang) he still loves music.  We exchanged headsets a few times on the bus ride and he listened to my music and I listened to his.  He played me one that I loved and have downloaded since being home.  Of course it's a worship song, that's pretty ingrained in that boy, and it is in Spanish.  I think you'll still be able to get the gist even if you can't quite get all of the words.

Happy Tuesday Friends!