^How did you like that retro photo Mother’s Day, circa 1990. Yours truly with two kids back then and a pinned up perm. Yikes!
Buddy Greene, from a song-writing perspective, was always a one-hit wonder in my mind. I always appreciated his song about the virtuous woman described in this loosely paraphrased song that captures the essence of Proverbs 31 of Ephesian 5…
But he really is a master musician… You’ll love this 5min clip at Carnegie Hall.
*F.U.N. = frequent unbridled nonsense.
Motherhood is an adventure like no other and life on the potty is no exception. Let us remember our sense of humor as we raise ‘em and praise ‘em.
A little potty humor…from the mouths of babes.
Okay, here’s one for the parents entering the gruesome world of public toilets. (And yes, I laughed. Out loud. Only because I no longer have to do this duty.)
Don’t miss THIS.
So, here are two things that made me smile this week…
First, this blog will be permanently linked in my blogroll. The best find on Tumblr yet!
And, second, by now millions of ya have been pepped up by this dynamo!
And, this just in, a late breaking third guffaw… a parody of Anne Hathaway’s “Fantine” from Les Miz –> very funny, but note a language alert.
For years, the family dog in our home was a golden retriever named Sandy. She listened to a lot of guitar music in our home.
The is the dog we have now… buried in a recent laundry pile still warm from the dryer.
Brady, the Boston Terrier, whose musical tastes are unknown to us.
So, it’s Friday, and instead of my usual trip to my church for adoration in the middle of the day, I’m presenting a talk overview of the themes of my book at a lovely church in Mashpee, MA, down “on the Cape.” Don’t ask me how early I had to get up in the morning to arrive at my designation, just say a little prayer for my travels, and for all the women who will be there. Thank you.
I post these little Friday gems because they make me smile. I love the great outdoors and I love music. I post these links shamelessly, having found them on the adorable and winsome blog Summa This Summa That curated by Joseph Susanka. Go read his stuff.
Here’s the first link, a great video of classical songstress, Cecelia Bartoli, so you need to go watch it.
And here’s a cool video from the beauties of Wyoming… (I visited WY back in 2000, and it is eternally memorable — a slice of heaven.)