It’s almost time……….
This week sees the return of Song Saturday with this wonderful song from Snow Patrol…..
All I’ll say is it’s our song, Mr K asked me to listen to it once and it’s perfect, I said yes!!!!
Yep it’s that time of week again. This week my song is…………….
This is another one that holds family memories. I grew up with Meatloaf but when I hear this it takes me back to Boxing Day 1999, at my grandma’s house with lots of family. I remember jumping around and singing this with my mum, uncle and aunty – good times!!
This week my song for Saturday is the Bonnie Tyler classic, Total Eclipse of the Heart. This is a song which holds many memories for me.
Firstly it reminds me of being a kid without a care in the world! In particular it reminds me of me and my friend Emma dressing up and using my bed as a stage to make up dance routines to songs, of which this was our favourite! The main thing was we had to start ALL routines facing the wall and turning around at the start – I think that must have been the way it was done on TV at the time!
The other memories are tied to family, on a family holiday to Gran Canaria 3 years ago this one was always requested by my aunty at the bar we went to, and since then I have had the “pleasure” of hearing her sing it with or without a mic!!
Whichever memory this one sparks, it always makes me smile!!
Ok so I have just got back into blogging. I love blogging but life sometimes gets in the way – so I noticed something going on called NaBloPoMo. At first I though “What??” I read a bit about it then realised it is a challenge to write a blog post each day for the whole of November. So I decided that is what I am going to do and hopefully by the end of the month blogging will be back in my list of daily habits!
Every day is lots though, for a whole month, so I am introducing a feature to my blog called………..
Welcome to the first post where I pick a song and blog about what it means to me!
Martina McBride – In My Daughter’s Eye’s
I cried the first time I heard this and I have every time since. The words are so true, to my daughters I am everything and I know this because I am a daughter. When my marriage broke down while I was pregnant, my daughter H saved me from what I could have turned to – the line “She was sent to rescue me” was written for H!
Fantastic song, enjoy!
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