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2/7/16

Healing - Superbowl And #Music For The Mood

I am healing and feeling a bit of energy, but it only works if I settle down and not move too much and too weird or something hurts in the middle.

I am glad to be healing. Soon I'll be driving around again.

A neighbor from church  and our last small group came to help me by purchasing our groceries and was able to take my children to church this morning.

I'm glad they get to have the break away from home.

It's mardi gras week here and so they have no school all next week and it started with no school last Friday.
I love having my children around and hope we'll enjoy the week together.

Have a blessed week y'all!







No doubt played at countless weddings in the late ’80s, this assurance of eternal bliss brought the band its first hit in the pop world in 1987. With promises of love “’til the sun doesn’t shine” and “’til time stands still,” this everlasting love song still finds a home on the airwaves today.




This classic love ballad says that words aren’t necessary between two people in love. Reaching No. 1 in 1988, less than six months before Whitley’s untimely death from alcohol poisoning, it became a Top 5 hit for Alison Krauss and Union Station, who recorded it in 1994 as part of a Whitley tribute album. More recently, in 1999, Irish singer Ronan Keating brought it back to life in the UK, both releasing it as a single and performing it for the ‘Notting Hill’ soundtrack.




Welcome to today's music.  I hope Monday find you with a smile and music to begin your week with light steps. 
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Aloha

Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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29 comments :

  1. Good news that your feeling better so have a great Mardi Gras week :-)

    I liked your choices especially Starman

    Have a great day Colette

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  2. Collette, so glad you're doing better. Just keep taking it easy until your strength returns. I hope you have fun with the kiddos during Mardi Gras week. THIS Monday finds me smiling after Peyton Manning lead the Broncos to victory! :D Have a tunetastic week, my friend!

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  3. The Hokey Pokey by William Shakespeare.... HAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Nice selections for the week!

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  4. We started our February vacation week and my kiddos will be home all next week too. I always look forward to more time together and a break from the routine and schedule of school!

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  5. Glad you are doing good, this is a fun post! I love the music for mood, first time here!

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  6. I hope you enjoy the week with your kids. I love the hokey pokey Shakespeare style :)

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  7. Glad you're doing ok - some fab music choices there!

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  8. Love the hokey pokey Shakespeare style! Simply amazing and fun! Have a blessed week too!

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  9. Great selection of music there! Thanks for sharing!

    Sam
    http://www.aheadofthyme.com

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  10. Alison Krauss' When You Say Nothing at All has been a favorite of mine when I was in high school. I think it's one of the sweetest songs ever written. It was nice listening to the other songs too.

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  11. I like the music selection. These are songs I could listen to all day.

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  12. Happy healing! It is definitely hard as a family when one is down and the kids are trapped. Glad they got a break too.

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  13. Have a great week and hope you feel better soon xx

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  14. Now I have "when you say nothing at all" stuck in my head! Luckily it's a great song!

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  15. It's good to know that you're recovering. Kids take away the stresses of life. And so does music. Good playlist!

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  16. I wish you enjoy your week with your family. thanks for the great selection of music

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  17. i am so glad that you had a better feeling.

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  18. I hope that you had a great week with your love ones. So good to hear that you are feeling better

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  19. Nice to hear that you are starting to feel better. It can really make a difference when you have people there to help you. Hope you have a full recovery soon.

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  20. I'm so glad you're feeling better. I hope the trend continues. And how wonderful to have friends who will pick up your children and take them to church! It's a help to you, a blessing to the children, and a gift from God to have someone in your life so aware of your needs and so responsive to meet them!

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  21. I'm glad you're healing - My son is out of school for a few days this week, but sadly I'm not able to be home with him. I hope you have a great week with your kids!

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  22. I love your music selection. It's good to hear that you are healing. Have a great Mardi Gras week.

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  23. I hope you're feeling more like yourself soon! I know you must have enjoyed the week with the kids too!

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  24. I'm glad you're feeling better. I completely understand I've been out for a week for being sick. Great music selection.

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  25. This is so fun. Keep getting better. Happy Valentine's Day to you!

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  26. I pray for your fast recovery so you'll be able to do the things you love doing.

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  27. I hope that you feel better and keep getting stronger and stronger. All of the videos are great. I love some Bowie.

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  28. Nice to know that you're feeling better. Lots of fun this week for you guys :)

    Thanks for this fun post!
    God bless!

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  29. This blog is really helpful on showing how to get stronger.

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