this song takes me back to high school. some of the boys we used to hang out with would do the funniest rendition of this song. we would roll down the windows, blare the song throughout my best friends jetta and scream it till our throats hurt.
the past few days have been a bit surreal for me. i went out with one of my girls on saturday night and had a blast. then the next day the guy i was kind of seeing ended things via text, which lets face it if your 33 and you have to break off a fling via text, you are seriously not worth anyones time. then i had no sleep for like 30 hours and spent the last night dancing with milo and watching crazy random things on tv.
then today i woke up and found out we finally had the funeral plans for my great grandma. i don't do well with death, and i haven't been to a funeral since i was 12. and it was for this great grandma's husband. it is surreal to know that my idea of life that i've always had where no serious changes are going to happen, are happening and i have to be ok with it. i need to deal with it and move on.
when playing on twitter yesterday i saw this and had to respond.
and today that is exactly what i needed. music, something to uplift me and remind me of the good times and the better times that are going to happen. every memory, good or bad, helps us move forward in life.
back when i first started to really get into blogging i used to do doodles and quote song lyrics all the time and it's about time i start that back up again. music has always played a huge role in my life and i've let it slip away. that is one of the many things that will be changing.
now i have a challenge for you, the first song that comes to your head that makes you smile/laugh/want to dance post it in a comment and i will doodle your favorite lyric from the song. who knows maybe it will help keep my mood uplifted today.
love you, thanks for your support. i could never leave this blog because i've built too many friendships to have it be over.