(one puts their digital music library on shuffle and the songs in order are listed under these headings...)
IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
If We Will Follow Him~ Veggietales
The Immolation Scene~ John Williams.... this is from the Soundtrack of Star Wars EpisodeIII
First Day at School:
Sonatina in Gmajor~ Antonin Dvorak. (it's a playful tune)
Falling in Love:
Stayin' Alive~ the BeeGees
I Think I Love You~ the Partridge Family
HAHAHAHAHA... that's too bad.
Forbidden Nectar~ Nacho Libre Soundtrack
i am lame indeed.
Hakuna Matata~ The Lion King
Chasing Cars~ Snow Patrol
Can You Feel the Love Tonight~ Elton John
ooooooh yaaaaaaa... i love elton. :)
I Will Survive~ Aretha Franklin
that's oddly fitting yet unfitting at the same time.....
Bare Necessities~ The Jungle Book
i love my music selections.
Keep Walking~ Veggietales (Joshua and the City of Jericho)
Getting Back Together:
Victory Celebration~ John Williams Star Wars EpVI: Return of the Jedi
this is like the best song in the WORLD!
LOVE~ Nat King Cole
Birth of a Child:
Beauty and the Beast~ from the Disney movie of the same title
my child will either be beautiful... or hairy
I'm Blue (da ba dee) ~ Eiffel 65
The Racer Roars to Life~ John Williams Star Wars EpI: The Phantom Menace
that's pretty acceptable for my taste. :)
Ride to Valkyries~ Wagner
hahahahaha, quite an eventful funeral
He Lives in You~ The Lion King (broadway)
a good one to end with i must say...
This is the *almost* finished skirt. ^^^^^^It has a draw string waist which I intend to remedy a wee bit. This skirt is to be used for presentations to 8th Graders at my old Middle School. I come in during the Spring and give a presentation on Women's Life during the time of the Civil War. This skirt is going to be used for girls to try on so they can experience things a little better :) I am going to keep the drawstring waist but I intend to disguise it by some strategic pleating and seams that will also make it usable for any reenactments my mother and I should go to. (The sash in the photo is not a real sash, but a piece of scrap black fabric. I just needed something to "complete the picture".lol.)
Some time later I will add a more complete "Civil War Reenacting on a Tight Budget". This will show the hoop, bustle pad and chemise(s) That I made work. TOODLES!