That’s what life is all about!
Jason Mraz and Travie McCoy are both huge sources of inspiration, hope, humor, and joy for me. They are both so human and down to earth. And SOOOOO unbelievably talented. Lyrically, musically, stylistically, free-styling, song-writing, collaborating and solo work: you name it-they’ve got it! Not only that, but from what I have read and seen about them, they both seem like pretty decent guys too. And I know I’ve said this like 10x before, but Mr. Mraz is from Virginia, just like me! Seriously, these guys bring me joy through their art. Don’t want to get my hopes up, but I would love to meet them just to tell them as much.
Here’s my take on one of JM’s songs.
And here’s me doing my own “interpretation” of one of TM’s songs.
Thank you guys.
This is my message in a bottle,
I hope that you receive it
If it washes up at your feet then open it and read it…
but there is a lot of joy, too.
The sky is the limit and I just wanna float.
Free as a spirit on a journey of hope!
~Ms. Natasha Ann Bedingfield
I’ve been there. My guess is you have as well. And maybe the relationship will improve. Maybe it won’t. Maybe it will be better in a future life. Maybe not. Natasha says maybe/maybe NOT a LOT. Who knows?
I’m not saying someone or something else can take his/her place, but we can find joy and expression in other ways and still be happy, know what I’m saying?
GO WRITE YOUR OWN FREAKIN’ BLOG THIS INSTANT! Instant breakfast is yummy…
PS. Jesus raised the dead, even phones I bet. Resurrection.
Don’t throw it away, just because it’s broken cuz anything can mend.
Don’t stake everything on a dream that’s counterfeit (or won’t reciprocate)…
4 separate Natasha songs, (and 2 ALBUMS) in one post!
Are you surprised?
But both it and I are still pretty cool, I think. And while we are on the subject, “perfection” is an interesting idea. It can make us strive to become our best selves, or it can drive us insane. There has been a lot said on the idea, including studying the etymology of the word itself. Christ spoke of it in the book of Matthew. I wish to further explore this idea in another post, but for now, allow this LDS apostle to shed some light and insight onto the idea of realistic perfection:
And I DO lock keys in the car AND forget where it is parked. More than I would like to admit…
“Men are that they might have joy, not guilt trips”