I have always said and believed there is a big difference between loving someone and being ‘in love’ with someone. The ‘in love’ part has been a while ago; I question my own cynicism. I have had the most storybook of relationships and am so appreciative for what I’ve experienced and the great people whom have come in my life. Unfortunately, for both juvenile and primitive reasons, a lot of love is possessive. This Paperman video (preview) has been making its way around the internet for the last couple weeks and it’s just a lovely reminder of how well things can and should feel between two people 😉
Grammy Night, let’s talk music. This cracks me up so much. It’s current but the costuming and location are very dated. It could be a modern version of a slavic person seeking an escape from their country, or asking to become a foreign bride? :/ Can’t.stop.laughing. ‘If youre in a hot country and ‘reading this’, come and save me…’ Here’s a look of science behind singing. The British guy Sivu made a music video for his most recent song out of 3 takes of brain scans during the singing process. Interesting. Loving a few of his songs currently. Since the Grammy’s are celebrating the year of vocal acts, here is a mashup of more obscure songs from the past year; just … Read More
There is a person I barely know, yet weighs such a heavy presence in my mind. I admire him, I suppose. Thus, his opinion matters to me. We are very different people, and I have these oddly random moments of reflection regarding my music: will he like it? His taste are very different. I’ve subsequently realized his presence isn’t about him, but the general concept of him. I am continuing to create exactly as I am always, knowing intellectually not everyone will like it; and this is ok. Not everyone should, that would be boring. Another factor to consider, we can NEVER control or anticipate how another person will respond to our behavior. He might surprise me, and really like … Read More
One of the least selfish things a person can do is have a child. Raising a child is the most self-less experience we go through. Every decision, from the day the baby is born, is no longer about the parents interest but that of nurturing the baby. (pre-supposing a mature parent, not a knocked-up immature teenager) We live in a society now that gives woman both the time and opportunity to have both a career and a child, or have a child and still participate in all the extra-curricular fun, hobbies or passions she chooses.