Tuesday, November 19, 2013

PAUSE FOR PLAYLIST #3

 Well here we are at post #94 already!  I am really enjoying being a part of the blogosphere and I especially like the comments that I get from people I know and those I have yet to meet.  We are now at the point in my journey where I have completed the chemo, bilateral mastectomy, radiation and the hysterectomy.  That is quite a lot of stuff in a short time.  Sometimes I still have a hard time believing that all of this actually happened.

With our friends at the 60s, 70s & 80s  Disco Dance Night - Embrun 2012
 As I have been doing since the first post, all of my blog post titles are actually song names.  Searching for the right title is fun because I find myself listening to a wide variety of songs that I haven’t heard in ages or that I might be hearing for the first time.  There is something about a song that might remind you of a certain person, or a time in your life or a place you have visited.  Music is simply special.  It can make you laugh or cry or simply to just feel something.  Sometimes it makes you drive too fast and sometimes it makes you slow right down.

Today I am taking a break from the story and making a third playlist of the last 30 song titles I have used.  As I said for the first playlists 1 and 2, every journey needs music.  A road trip is synonymous with music from 8 tracks to cassettes to CDs to iPod and Bluetooth.  I love music.  All kinds of music. 

Anyway, here is a recap of the last 30 song titles for you.  Please enjoy!

I’ll Be Home for Christmas (Rascal Flatts)
Private Eyes (Hall & Oates)
Carry On (Fun)
My Next Thirty Years (Tim McGraw)
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (Diana Ross)
Brave (Josh Groban)
Outside My Window (Sarah Buxton with Jedd Hughes)
Ring My Bell (Anita Ward)
My Funny Valentine (Frank Sinatra)
I Will Walk 500 Miles (The Proclaimers)
Sign of A Victory (R.Kelly)
Next To Me (Emeli Sandé)
Celebration (Kool & the Gang)
Poor Poor Pitiful Me (Linda Ronstadt)
I Wanna Be Sedated (The Ramones)
Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke)
Alone Again (Alyssa Reid)
Handle With Care (Travelling Wilburys)
Pink Houses (John Mellencamp)
Quiet Your Mind (Zac Brown Band)
Mirrors (Justin Timberlake)
Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)
Freeze Frame (J. Geils Band)
This is How We Do It (Montell Jordan)
Good Vibrations (Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch)
Life is a Highway (Tom Cochrane)
Raise Your Glass (Pink)
Man I Feel Like a Woman (Shania Twain)
Waiting on theWorld to Change (John Mayer)
I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)


Tasza & I at Mamma Mia - Ottawa 2011
 I really hope that you are enjoying my blog and that you might be learning something or gaining some perspective as to what others experience after a breast cancer diagnosis.  Please don’t be shy to leave a comment or ask a question or just say hi!  Even song suggestions would be most welcome!

Thanks to you all for your support and for continuing to read and share my story.


Alex in the Talenmania Show (he is way up top with the guitars) - Embrun 2012

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