Monday, June 28, 2010


It's been a Monday...

Very long...

Felt like I got a lot done at work

But at the same time it doesn't feel like I got anything done.

But I'm exhausted now.

And I'm mad at myself cause I didn't go to the gym.

But I was too tired.

Tonight I'm just going to post the video I tried to do last night.

I still can't get it to work through blogger

So I'll just post it through YouTube.

Hopefully it'll work.

Once upon a time Peach introduced this song to me.

And I fell in love with it.

And listened to it over and over and over and over and...

Well you get the picture.

Then eventually I kinda forgot about and haven't really thought about it

Until a couple of months ago a girl at work was talking about it

And then it was like a light bulb went off in my head.

Oh yeah!! I loved that song!!

So I came home and bought it cause I had NO idea where my CD was.

And I fell in love with it again.

And I listened to it over and over and over and over and...

Well you get the idea.

It became the song I listened to at work when I was stressed

Or ornery

Or just when I needed a breather.

Or when I needed a reminder that my life was not as bad as I thought it was.

When I had my oh woe is me-ish moments

This is what I listen to.

Among other things.

It always makes me cry.

Because it touches my heart.

(That, FJR, is one of the reasons I believe we cry when we're happy.

Something touches our heart.

Speaks to us.

Whether it be a song, a movie, something someone says...

Whatever the case may be.

My heart is a dangerous thing to touch...

It always leaves me crying)

And it always leaves me feeling like a better person.

It was written by a man named Kurt Bestor

Click here for the story behind the song and the lyrics.

And last, but certainly not least,

Click here for the video.

I hope you enjoy!!!!

(If the link of the video doesn't work, tell me and I'll fix it.)



Jessica said...

FDR? Huh?

Baby Sister said...

Opps. I meant FJR. One of my followers. :)

Anonymous said...

Awww, I loved that video. The lyrics are beautiful. I read the history of that song and wondered if it brought peace. It should have.

I am sure you have done your best today. You know you have. Feel proud. The gym is sad you didn't come, but it will easily wait until tomorrow.

I realize I am reading this on a Wednesday morning in my land, so can't give any advice of happy things to do, but I hope you are having a better day today!