Be Happy Anyway

Be Happy Anyway
From Brave Girls Club

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Ole' Ole' Ole'!

When I was three my parents bought me a tiny little piano. I used to bang on that thing like there was no tomorrow. My talents didn't stop at tickling the ivories. I also had a penchant for song writing. The first song I ever wrote was "I Love You." It went like this:
I love you.
You love me.
I love you.
You love me.
 Catchy, huh? You must imagine it being sung at the top of my lungs. Even at three, I liked to be out there.

So February is when we celebrate all this love stuff right? That's why these socks are so great!

The kids and I received a wonderful package of happy mail from this great person.

I am still waiting on a teaching job back in Texas. In the meantime, I am enjoying my short workweeks and short workdays while I have them. The gym calls my name most days. I usually answer, but Friday was so cold and rainy that I couldn't bring myself to drive out to my gym. Instead, I broke out the Wii Fit and had fun exercising the way I used to a few years back. I forgot how hard it is.

There has been some drawing, too.
 On this girl, I was working on getting movement into the drawing but I then gave her a sad face, not on purpose, but it is what it is. I figure each drawing is a learning experience on what not to do the next time.

Only nine more days until Valentine's Day. Do you have anything special planned? I would love to hear about it.


Orange Pulps ♥ said...

you seem to be so fond of doodling. :) can you teach me how? i really wanted to doodle, but i just can't seem to start a nice one. ;)

miruspeg said...

I would have loved to have seen the little 3 year old Annemarie playing the piano and singing her own song...would have been too cute for words.
How lucky you were to receive those fun socks from a blogging friend.

Valentine day has never been big on my agenda so it will be just an ordinary day for me.

Take care
Peggy xxxxxx

GG said...

love your doodling.....ah...would have love to see you play the piano and sing too.

MJ said...

My reactions to your post.... Ah, she lived boldly at the age of three.... Holy toledo! Those are bright socks! Oops, I sent those bright socks! LOL!

Chimene said...

Wow! Love your doodling and the socks are to cute!


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