Yay for School

Posted: September 19, 2012 in Experiences, Thoughts

I love my kids. That said, I have to say how great it is to have them back in school. This summer break had a lot of everything in it, both good and bad. Don’t get me wrong, it was fun, but also had some crazy scary moments. We went to Orlando for our vacation and visited FIVE theme parks, needless to say, we squeezed it all in and wore ourselves out. Thanks goodness we took a couple of days off in between, or I wouldn’t have made it. After all that, I still had an errand to run for Uncle Joey. I’ll have to post about that later, but let’s just say he owes me…big time. Now with the house to myself it feels amazing. I even put on my new Erin McCarly CD to rock out to. It seems there are times I just need some new music to bring some variety into my life. I’m going to enjoy this moment, because if there’s anything I’ve learned lately, it’s that things can change in an instant. Like tomorrow, for example. I’m meeting with a new client, and I’m kind of nervous about it. I have a feeling it’s going to disrupt my life in some way. But you never know, it could all just be in my head. In the meantime, does anyone have a great CD you’d like to suggest?? Keep me posted! ~Shelby

  1. rmsqnresve says:

    Had I read this when it was originally posted, I know exactly the music I would have suggested.

    In 2011, there was a vodka commercial. Besides selling the brand, people began to ask, “Who is the voice singing the in the background?” That is how Europe was introduced to Caro Emerald, who hails from the Netherlands and sang, “A Night Like This,” which was the background music for the commercial

    You can look up her music on Youtube.com. A Ramos song might be “That Man” (which was used in the first episode of TV show, Agent (Peggy) Carter). Chris’ song might be, “I Belong to You.” When conflicted with both Chris and Ramos, “Tangled Up.” Kate’s song would be, “Pardon my French” (If you listen to it, you might agree). For Christmas, your song to the family would be, “You’re All I Want for Christmas.”

    Anyway, Caro’s first two CDs, “Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor” and “The Shocking Miss Emerald” I think are worth a look. Also, the acoustic versions are a nice bonus.


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