Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Soundtrack love!

Holy hoppleheads! The school year! It's almost over and I need music. A lot of it. I'm a soundtrack girl so here are a few that I bounce to as I race all over the place getting stuff done.


Pitch Perfect rocks the the planet and the music is so much fun!



The Sing soundtrack is straight up feel good music.


And lastly, sometimes it's not about dancing down the sidewalk. Your soul needs a softer touch. I love the music from Pride and Prejudice. Just love it.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Here's some happiness for you

It's spring. The school year is nearly done. Adults are stressed. Kids are wild. How about some Sesame Street?

Sesame Street: Will.i.am Sings "What I Am"


Sunday, February 19, 2017

Time for a music blast! How about Andy Grammer?

You know when you get in that mood where the only thing that can speak to you, that can reach into the mess inside your head and heart (it can be a fantastic mess, doesn't have to be a dramatic hot mess deal), is a song. I haven't found the song. I even dug into my old CD's that I don't tap too often because they are all memory stamped. Each one takes me to a time I played the shit out of it and lived it like an anthem. So in the meantime, while I search, I'll tap those around me for their songs. Today we're hitting Andy Grammer and "Good To Be Alive" because my youngest loves this song (partly because of the word shit at the beginning and he's only allowed to say swear words if he's quoting something -- very sneaky and pretty adorable). Do you ever feel like the only thing that will get you is a song? 
Andy Grammer "Good To Be Alive"

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Pinterest Quote Time!

"Let's get lost in a world made of books, coffee and rainy days." The forecast promises a return to rain this week, so this quote is more of a promise.

"Never hope for it more than you work for it." I'm not a big fan of quotes that begin with Never and Don't, but this one rocks. Of course, when I get cranky-bossy I often start with Don't and Never. Total hypocrisy.

"Friends and good manners will take you where money won't go" (Margaret Walker) My translation of this has nothing to do with table manners since I eat like a hungry teenage boy, but I'm big on saying thank you and meaning it especially to kids.

Last one...
"Grow through what you go through."

Okay, this really is the last one...
"head up, gorgeous"