Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Ala Gypsy: My song......



Those who wish to sing always find a song.

(Swedish proverb)

When I visited Annie`s blog this morning......she reminded me of something that I promised myself and everyone out there I will do this whole year long.....I will make music.....I`ve only been humming under my breath this last week or so......bet you no one could even hear me.......so along came Annie.......

.....and I did what I often do when I loose a little bit of myself.......I got into an hour-long hot bath...of course with a cup of coffee and talked to myself ...."Myself"...I said..."...we are not going to let this happen...we are not going to loose moments, hours, days and precious time....we are going to live it...the moment.....capture it and sing about it".......so I`m singing....singing about the few days that I lost, but it is not a sad song..........I am happy that I found the melody....although a bit on the melancholy side.......I plan to turn it into a hey-diddle-diddle.......

20 comments:

moderncountry said...

You are so special :) I have never met anyone that could write so beautiful as you, so full of mystery, so full of poetry..I have to analyse this and i think i know what you mean. That we should stop and think about how lucky we are, to enjoy our life and be more grateful for our life`s...I am singing now, i am..Because i feel happy...with life!
Thank you so much my girl for always leaving me so sweet messages, love from Aina ;)

Deb said...

I really like the picture posted.
Thanks for visiting my blog!
Debbie

stilettoheights said...

I love the way you use words, and I can only imagine that the music you make would be breathtaking.

Jamie said...

Your post is so moving and beautiful. It's such a wonderful message. I am just discovering your blog and I LOVE it! I can't wait until I have more time this evening and I can look at all of your past posts. I would like to add you to my favorites list if you don't mind:) Love, Jamie

Jeannene said...

"So true, I try to sing a happy tune every day...it hard but I try!!

Princess Haiku said...

Absolutely, charming.

violette said...

It is wonderful. I have no word. I just want to listen to your song again and again.
Thanks.

lauren said...

What a lovely conversation you had with yourself. I think the best ones always occur in the bathtub! Keep singing!

AnnieElf said...

Wow, talk about RIPPLES It started with Carmen. Came to me. Then went to you. It's a tidalwave of music and joy of life and living it with verve (and that last would be from Star). Loved this post C. Gave me a warm glow and encouragement to get happier and snap me out of my melancholy too.

Di Overton said...

I would give anything to spend a day in your house. Please don't make me sing though I'm rubbish.

Jennifer Ramos said...

Good for you, Whenever i'm in my BATHTUB, I can think up lots of ideas and ITS SUCH A PEACEFUL time for me...nice. :)
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Kelly said...

I'm so happy to have found YOUR beautiful blog! I'll be sure to visit again...I can tell a kindred spirit when I read of one!

Kelly

tongue in cheek said...

Singing can be done softly and with no words at all.
I hear your song.

Linda said...

I sing all of the time. My poor husband gets constant concerts and I give really great performances in the car singing along with a CD. My family always used to sing in the car on vacations-I guess that's where it started.

PAT said...

A few years ago, I began singing the song, you speak of. I can hear it now. Thanks so much for this wonderful post.

Also, thank you for stopping by the back porch, with wishes for Xanti's birthday!

Pat
Back Porch Musings

Bronwyn said...

I'm so tuneless I don't even sing in the shower, maybe on the odd occassion after a few glasses of wine on an occassion like let's say New Year's Eve :) It could be a good idea for keeping warm in this weather though. Have a happy day and keep well wrapped up.

jungle dream pagoda said...

Singing is like breathing to me,without it I die.

Merisi said...

"Hey-diddle-diddle" to you, Gypsy! :-)
Last night, walking to and from the "Concert for Europe" by the Vienna Philharmonics at Schönbrunn Park, I revelled in the fragrance of the Linden blossoms and roses, of which parts of the park are full of, and listened to the music in me (you can guess the difference in seasons, can't you? *smile*).

Q said...

Lovely to sing our own song!
It is the music of the spheres.
Happy to know you are singing!
Sherry, who also had to learn to sing

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I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.
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