Like a swirling tornado, they fly
How I long to be one of them
Poem & Photo ©2017 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
Thanks to Phil Taylor of The Phil Factor for tagging me! This sounds like fun 🙂
The rules are simple. Answer the questions, tag the person that tagged you (www.dorindaduclos.com) and tag some friends to answer! Simple, huh?
I tend to be nostalgic and prefer to listen to older songs. Today’s music doesn’t necessarily appeal to me, except for some that actually sound like music.
And here are my choices:
A song that reminds me of home: You’re My Home – Billy Joel
Five songs that are must-haves for a road trip:
A song that inspires me: The Sound of Silence – Simon and Garfunkel
A song that puts me in a good mood: Sing – Ed Sheeran
A song I know all the words to: Every Billy Joel song 🙂
A song that annoys me: Anything, and I mean anything, by Taylor Swift!!
A song I used to like but don’t anymore: 99 Red Balloons – Nena
A song I thrashed: No idea
A song I like to play loud: Demons – Imagine Dragons
A song that makes me want to dance: For Your Entertainment ~ Adam Lambert
I tag the following people (you’re under no obligation), but if you’re so inclined, please do play along. I’d love to hear what inspires you.
Disclaimer: All links from Youtube.com. I do not hold nor claim rights to any of the music posted here.
While kindness truly does not require magic spells, it really is quite magical. It can make an elder smile or a baby giggle. It is the simple act of showing love.
Humanity needs to share more smiles, create more laughs, show more love
Happy World Kindness Day!! ❤️
As most of you know, my mom fell, breaking her wrist, and is staying with me. Last night, it was my turn in the ER. I fell in a rather bizarre way. I’m laughing about it now but I wasn’t last night.
I was attempting to get up from siting on the floor with Alyssa. My right wrist snapped back, I went down and hit my head on her shoulder. I have now registered said shoulder as a lethal weapon. So off to the hospital we went.
To make a long story short, although the doc said she saw what could be a fracture, and proceeded to splint/cast my wrist, the radiologist called this morning to tell me there was no fracture. It’s just very badly sprained. Phew.
On that happy note, I shall give my wrist a rest. My posts will be sporadic. Hope to see you soon. 😊
You may have noticed I am not posting as much as I was. Life has thrown me another curve. My Mom fell a week ago, breaking her wrist, contusions over her eye and a concussion. That being said, Neil, Alyssa and I will be caring for her for the next six weeks or so. I will post when I can, but my writing has taken a back seat to family, which ALWAYS comes first with me.
~ Dorinda ~