“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
~ Bob Marley
It’s one of those ‘not coping very well’ kind of days. I’ve been enduring nights of no sleep, constant pain, fevers, sweats and anxiety. But that’s okay. It’s all for a good cause. And I’m prepared for days like these.
This morning I reached into my bag of Love Letters to Myself and got this:
Perfect. Music is one of those powerfully magically soul soothers.
And so’s the message on the back of the card…
You know, those messages might just work for you too. And you’re welcome to my choice of songs! Here’s my Playlist:
Don’t Give Up – Peter Gabrielle and Kate Bush
Running Up That Hill – Kate Bush
Cloudbusting – Kate Bush
and we’ll end on an ‘up’ note with
Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves
Wishing you magic, music and miracles in your day today, Nicole xx
7 thoughts on “Lucky Dip #2”
It’s so inspiring to hear your wonderful choice of music to ‘get you through’ this awful time . I feel I’m siting in your kitchen ,surrounded by all your delicious baking , sipping wine , Burt and Harry by our feet ,listening to your choice of music (which is probably mine to) and looking through windows at the trees and birds and everything . Thanks for painting a glorious picture .
Take care Cherry x
One of my all time favorite duets. And yes have a good cry. Music can be such a comfort. One to listen out for “It feels like rain”by John Hiatt. Its fun to get lost in U Tube sometimes! Better times ahead, life is like a roller coaster. Wishing you well.
All I have to say is thank you for the music I enjoyed it listening to music as I read other blogs very nice
An 80’s gal like me!! Sending big healing love and some funky dance moves!! :0)
*passes tissues and damp facewasher* Releasing the frustration and the pain and the overwhelm is good and a necessity. Let that stubborn side come out in all it’s glory and you’re kicking back hard. Hold on and know you are loved and supported and so totally worth it. Huge waves of lights, love, healing and stamina. xoxo
So sorry for you today that it is so overwhelmingly tough and painful. Sending much compassion, love, hugs and healing wishes to you.
And I know I keep repeating myself but my gratitude to you for your sharing is incredibly huge. On my not so stable days your Caulron and Cupcake writings bring solace and regularly the tears that are so often buried so very deep. I find myself reaching for my iPad to connect with you. Deepest gratitude and blessings Nicole.
Great songs to start the day, and I hoped they cheered you up as much as they did me.