Oh Happy Day! (When Jesus was Born)

It’s Christmas Eve, the night that most Italians celebrate with family and close friends, awaiting the arrival of the Baby Jesus. In fact, only at midnight he makes his appearance in the crèche. ...more

Songs and Memories

Do you connect songs with certain moments in your life? You hear them and it makes you remember something? Music always has a funny way of making me react. While I’m at work, I often have headphones in since it helps me tune out the world and concentrate. The different genres can evoke certain emotions from me. Classical music? Makes me very mellow and sometimes even sad (but often in a good way). Certain pop songs make me bounce in my chair and I compose music videos in my head for them. I know, I’m such an artist. ...more

10 songs I'm really enjoying right now

They’re new, they’re old, some are weird, some are common. I like ‘em all. A lot. In no particular order and courtesy of a lot of random people on YouTube… ...more

How Love Songs Tell You What You're Attracting

HAVE YOU EVER FOUND YOURSELF singing a song over and over and over again, especially one that is emotional, during a break up maybe? It's cathartic, allowing us to fully feel and express our emotion before we choose to move and release it to the Universe. Right? Well, it depends on how you use it. ...more

Look to Jesus, Pt 2.

Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith." ...more

We are made better by ill....

The good are better made by ill, as odors crushed sweeter still. Roger   ...more

Scrapbooking Songs, or What Strep Throat Really Means

Originally posted at Seasons for All   ...more

LOVE SONGS

"Life sings only love songs." ...more

You Want This Again?

The girl has mastered the words this and again. "This" is normally a good word to have, except that she points at general areas and asks for "this". ...more

Inspired by Veggie Tales

Laura the Carrot sings a song at the beginning of the Veggie Tales video called "Rack, Shack and Benny".  She is greeted by the gate-keeper, George, and she can't talk to him because she's got so much to get done in her day.  So she sings this song: Laura Carrot: Good morning, George. How are you? I hope you're feeling fine! I'd love to stay and talk but it's almost eight o' clock and I haven't got the time!! ...more