Monday, July 15, 2013

Tuesday Tunes

 
Happy Tuesday y'all!  I sound like broken record as I look at my post from last week. Dad is still in hospital and I still go every day after work. I am his last visitor for the night and we have a routine now. I get his toothbrush ready for him and help with that, I wash his face and brush his hair, and I rub his hands and feet before I leave. We had nice evening tonight and played cards for 5 rounds of poker. He beat us 3 games, my stepmom Deb won a round and I even won a round.
I am traveling to Florida next week for business so I pray that Dad gets his transplant this week. I will totally freak if I am out of state and he gets his lungs!
So I need to hear something fun and upbeat to help keep my spirits up and music does just that.
The song I am choosing this week is one of my favorites right now. Its by Robin Thicke and it's called Blurred Lines.  This video is when they performed on Ellen show.  I cant help but dance in my chair or seat while i'm driving.
Have a great day. Have I mentioned that my Bloglovin link to the left of my blog? Are you following me there? I lost a follower over the weekend..... Hey  I notice these things.




18 comments:

  1. you're so sweet. it helps the things you do for your dad. when i was sick in the hospital, just getting on the vent, my mom did an amazing job of making sure someone was there with me at least everyday, even if only for 2 hours. I was completely freaked out and with my muscle disease, i was scared the new shift of nurses/cna's wouldnt know how to move me. and I love Ellen! haven't heard of this song before. xo

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    1. Rubbing dad's feet calms him down if he has anxiety. I cant imagine being in the hospital for 3 weeks straight so far and he's getting antsy. I would do anything he asked and its comforting to see him before i go home and go to bed.
      I'm glad someone was there everyday for you too. I wished we lived closer. I would visit you all the time!
      ISnt this song fun?

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  2. You are such a wonderful daughter! I love this song. They play it a lot when we are working out. One of the trainers likes to sing it really loud on the part "hottest chick in this place". -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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    1. Its a fun song to dance to and if i did work out i would totally play this!

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  3. Thanks for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist!
    Hope to see you again this week.

    http://back2basichealth.blogspot.com/2013/07/tuesdays-with-twist-15.html

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    1. And thank you Mary for joining us on Tuesday Tunes.

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  4. Prayers for your Dad. You a wonderful daughter and he knows how much you love him. Having just gone through a horrible illness with my own father my thoughts are with you!!!

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    1. Deb, i have been thinking about you a lot also as i visit my Dad. i am blessed and do not take a single day with my family for granted. XOXO

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  5. Prayers for your dad hun! Great song choice too :)

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    1. Thank you Brittany for the prayers. They mean a lot!
      I love this song and play it very LOUD in the car.

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  6. Even in the hospital....your dad is looking good (saw pics on IG). He is so lucky to have you for a daughter and I am sure that he loves having you there with him every evening! And that sound....SO MUCH FUN!!! I don't know how anyone could keep from dancing to that one! Love ya!

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    1. I love him so much and theres not a thing i wouldnt do for him.
      I love dancing to this song. isnt it great?!

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  7. You are in my thoughts are prayers. The waiting is such a hard thing.

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    1. The waiting F**king sucks to be quite honest! Thank you so much my friend for any and all prayers.

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  8. Nice to see a dad have such a caring daughter! I hear this song all the time now!

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    1. I dont hear it often enough because i am not a fan of the station that typically plays the Pop music. I usually only catch the end of the song each time while checking the stations.

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  9. This sounds so familiar from the routine I took up when my dad was in the hospital. This is a fun song. I had never heard it before...but I like it!!!
    Sorry I didn't make it into this week's Tunes Tuesday. I already have a song picked out for next week so I am ahead of the game.
    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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  10. I heard this song on The Graham Norton Show two weeks ago. It's now on my iPod!

    My fingers will be crossed that goes well for your dad soon! You're an amazing daughter.

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