Monday, September 16, 2013

Everyone Should Have Their Own Music

In this era we delegate music and dancing to professionals and it's a same. We should all be doing our own singing and our own dancing. You don't have to be famous. You don't have to perform on the stage. We have music to process our feelings and to help us work our lives out. Hep us with something that's a hard task to do. Everyone should have their own music.  
If nothing else get in the choir. I preach choirs. I think they're so important. 
--Linda Ronstadt on Good Morning America, September 16, 2013

My answer to Ian Argent's post.  


  1. Thanks for responding to my blog, Jason!

    Reading the quote above, a memory came to my mind of my grandmother, who used to come to our house every Wednesday and help out with cleaning. She waved a duster around cheerily, and sang a lot of the time.

    "I can't give you anything but love, baby...."

    I see again now, that the singing I heard back then gave me permission to sing for myself.

    1. Some helpful English : American English translation assistance

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      Dusters can be a coat (

      Dusters can be a sports term (

      Never fear, as they also come in feather versions for cleaning.