A few months ago, I was driving to work and heard a song on the radio. It did not sound familiar but I listened to the lyrics.Continue reading
I really like the song Just Give Me a Reason by Pink and Nate Ruess.
Personally, I like the imagery of “We’re not broken just bent” and the one sided lost love (or is it one sided?). However, as I listened to it I thought that line could also apply to a penitent soul coming to that crux of a changed heart.
Recently, I googled “The Most Beautiful Song.”
I don’t agree with the choices. Go ahead and google it and see if you do.
Well? Do you?
The ability to make music – especially beautiful, lyrical, poignant music is one of those enviable talents that I lack. I wish I did. But I don’t. So, I must let it go and move on.
My cell phone buzzed at work the other day. It was a call from my oldest niece, Lyn. I hesitated to answer it because every single time I check my phone, my boss walks in. Cell phones are a no-no at work. But Lyn rarely calls me and I remembered the time when she called and it was an emergency. I decided to be brave (family trumps work after all) and answered.