One of the great things about a cruise is the shows every day. A mix of stars to be and stars who were with a few you have never heard of singing songs from proven stars. This along with the music that I listen to in my earphones while walking and at the gym are providing a form of music therapy.
Yesterday was a hard day emotionally in great part from the realization that it was Jean’s birthday. It was compounded by the way by two emails from dentists wishing her a happy birthday ( this after I notified them of her passing AND asked them last October to stop sending those messages).
Today I was blessed with the gift of actually listening to the music that was around me. The first lyric in the title of today’s blog. There were many others all day that seemed to be advice provided to me from above.
“Walk down that lonely road, all by yourself. Don’t turn your head back over your shoulder.” James Taylor
And I think to myself, what a wonderful world. Louis Armstrong
You’ve got to get up every morning with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart. Carol King
You made me so very happy. I’m so glad you came into my life. BS&T
And many many more. I am OKAY and am doing fine.