Hello all. I noticed the other day that there were some letters that I had not yet used, K among them. I spent a bunch of time trying to think of something to write about and came up short which means that this post will be a bit random.
So what do I mean by “keeping”? I mean that I tend to hoard/keep a bunch of pictures, both digital and analog. Today, after a follow up from last week, I’m gonna share some of the pictures I’ve saved.
Before I get into that, I want to let you know that I’m gonna participate in WordPress’ Next Blogging U. Challenge starting June 1st. Basically I’ll be blogging daily (except for the weekends) for however long the challenge lasts. In other words I’m trying to get myself to post more.
A follow up from last week:
As I mentioned in my last post, I often have a hard time leaving my apartment when the people across the street are hanging out on their porch. It rained a lot this week, so it wasn’t much of a problem until yesterday. So how’d I get out of the apartment? I sang this song in my head:
Yep I like the Broadway version better than the movie version. As a former Theatre major and long time musical fan, I’ve got lots of opinions on why, none of which are relevant to why I was singing this song. (If you want me to write a post in the future about musicals, especially on the differences between the live and movie versions, please feel let me know by leaving a comment below or sending me an email above.)
So why did that work to get me out of the house? Cause I’m weird. The song is fun, especially the way Ann Reinking sings it. And then there’s the lyrics:
I’m gonna be a celebrity. That means somebody everyone knows. They’re gonna recognize my eyes, my hair, my teeth, my boobs, my nose.
From just some dumb mechanic’s wife, I’m gonna be Roxie. Who says that murders not an art?
And who in case she doesn’t hang can say she started with a bang? Foxy Roxie Hart!…
And I love the audience. And the audience loves me for loving them. And I love them for loving me. And we just love each other. That’s because none of us got any love in our childhood.
I mean how can you not want to defy your fears with that silliness? Score one for me!
Here’s some of the pics I’ve kept:
That’s Abby Scuito from NCIS. I really want to be her; she’s fearless, loving, and totally open (despite the goth look).
I love this quote on two levels: first because it speaks to the fact that we can change. Second because it comes from Cary Grant, a man who may have been bisexual (more on him here).
Hey, it’s a cat. As you all know I’m a sucker for a cat. And it’s a caption that you just know is true.
I struggle with this a lot.
Something I wish both a cat and a human would do for me.
Whenever I’m having trouble with my writing, I try to remember this (and it goes with my blog title :).)
This is what would happen in real life to Cinderella. Cinderella was my favorite fairy tale as a child. Obviously real life is NOT a fairy tale.
When I went back to school, I was told by one of the clerical people in my advising office that I “had a reputation for persistence.” Something that I keep reminding myself of whenever I’m down.
A tornado. Or my life. Depending on your perspective.
Yet more stuff I have to remind myself of when I’m blue.
What can I say, I’m a romantic. Despite the fact that I may never get married.
Because it just makes me smile. It’s so true! I’ve spent the last 40 years trying to not write a book.
That’s just some of what I keep pic-wise. I also collect craft ideas, decorating tips and inspirations, and lists of books to read. What can I say, I’m a hoarder at heart.
Blessings to all of you.