I’ve been worried for some time now because I haven’t listened to the radio for a long, long time and I wondered how I was going to get in touch with new music, at least new to me; but I’ve found that the TV is an amazing source of great music I most probably would have never listened on any radio band where I live.
The other day I was watching a re-run of the TV series Bones and I heard this beautiful song I hope you’ll also enjoy.
A little late but with the same affection and gratitude I felt the day of the final, I post my homage to these kids I’m sure will give us many more satisfactions in the near future.
Sharing our love for the jersey and everything it represents…
I had to go about the day pretending that it was just another tragic but ultimately inconsequential piece of Hollywood gossip; I mean, I’m just a fan and moreover, I’m an adult ! I’m allowed only to a decorous amount of grief for the loss of a star I befriended only in my mind and through the screen.
However, this deep sadness kept on grabbing at me whenever I had a moment of silence. I really feel the loss of Cory Monteith as the loss of a dear friend. I love his art and that wave of tenderness and simplicity he spread around him.
What would I have told him if we had actually been friends? Well, I think I’d have told him this:
I hope we’ll meet in heaven and sing together free from sorrows, illnesses and aches.
It was SOOO moving to meet those loving characters again I can’t say I didn’t enjoy visiting the monsters’ universe again, but as a movie, it isn’t a contestant to Despicable Me 2.
Talking about movies, I couldn’t watch After Earth (that will have to wait for theDVD), but I did see Now You See Me and I liked it. Good entertaining and EXCELLENT music.
Of course, for a viewer like me, who is so easy to confuse when the plot goes fast and there’s too much information to process it might have appeared much more brilliant than it would have been for a person with higher reasoning skills; but all in all, I had a great time at the cinema and that’s why you pay a ticket for, right?
Well done, team!
Suffering till the last minute as usual, but we did it!
Thank you guys!
If you are a random reader, I invite you to cheer for “La Celeste” next Saturday.
Let’s make history!… Again!
This was just going to be a simple post about Uruguay’s qualification to semifinals and, eventually, it will; however, before clicking on my dashboard I had the idea of checking out how the match between Iraq and Korea Republic had ended in order to know who our rival next Wednesday would be.
Well… where to check best than at the FIFA.com page?
So, I accessed the page and started browsing when I came across this headline:
Semis in sight for outsiders and underdogs
(FIFA.com) Saturday 6 July 2013