Posted in Endometriosis, Life, Music, Relationships, Spirituality, Universe

My Dark Sides

It seems appropriate that this video was just released.  Right now, I am dealing with my own dark sides–Endo and Depression.

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Posted in Life, Music

An itunes song for your thoughts

I keep getting this forward that says that I should put my ipod on shuffle and write down the first 20 songs that come up.  So instead of emailing it to those who keep sending it to me, here is my list for the world to see.  Enjoy!

1. Give Up The Funk – Glee Cast

2. Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger

3. Johanna – Jamie Campbell Bower & Johnny Depp (Sweeney Todd)

4. Admit It – Esmee Denters

5. Photograph – Nickelback

6. Check Yo Self – Ice Cube

7. Little of Your Time – Maroon 5

8. Kiss – Glee Cast

9. This is Halloween – Danny Elfman

10. Opening – The Nightmare Before Christmas

11. Don’t You (Forget About Me) – Simple Minds

12. Addicted – Kelly Clarkson

13. Nothin’ Else – Justin Timberlake

14. Electric City – Black Eyed Peas

15. He Won’t Go – Adele

16. A Daily AntheM – David Cook

17. Rock N’ Roll Never Forgets – Bob Seger

18. Alexander’s Ragtime Band – Back to Titanic Soundtrack

19. Rushing – Moby

20. I Got a Man – Positive K

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The Power of a Song

It never ceases to amaze me how a song can find the exact words I am looking for. I was just lying here, after a long frustrating day of meetings and paperwork, and I decided to listen to my ipod on shuffle. It was weird how my mind started to wander off and the ipod shuffle almost served as a mind reader as it wandered along with my thought process.

Ironically, it chose two artists who I have blogged about before. Two artists that the Universe tends to use to try to open my eyes. Those two artists are Adele and Justin Timberlake (often followed by Kelly Clarkson or Linkin Park).

These are the two songs: “Don’t You Remember” and “(Another Song) All Over Again”