Merry Christmas Bookworms!! Happy Holidays or whatever you prefer 🙂 I have been catching up on all my favourite Christmas traditions like watching White Christmas and It’s a Wonderful Life, reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and even going to a Christmas Eve service with Mom and Dad. Our tree looks really nice (Mom decorated it, I am at my parents for the holidays).
Tomorrow morning I will be on my way to Fort Frances to bring some Christmas Cheer to my good friend Jordan who had to work on Christmas. He is a paramedic so he has to make sure everyone else is being safe over the holidays and give up his own to do so. My flight is at 7am tomorrow but I have a new book to keep me entertained for the journey there and back on New Years Eve.
Also Max says Merry Christmas too. As you can see we both just got out of bed 😛
Well have a great Christmas Day everyone! Eat lots of turkey and drink lots of spirits and keep the good cheer a flowing.
Talk to you soon bookworms.
Alright spoiler, this post is not about books! But I have been getting ready to go home for the holidays and I have been listening to a lot of music. I like all types of music but I have a sweet spot for songs that can just make you feel strong emotions. I have an entire list I could suggest but I want to know what songs make you guys feel something. Music has such a way of getting through to you. Certain songs can hold a memories or just change your day with a beginning note. It’s like how certain smells can trigger memories. So can music.
I will hear a song an be instantly somewhere else. Abbey Road by the Beatles takes me back to the first time ever hearing it on vinyl in my cousin’s basement. Feeling the record as it spun and hearing the crackle of the needle as the track went round and round.
I heard this line in a movie trailer but the music behind it gave it so much more meaning. We are born to change the world, not just add to the noise. There is so much noise but we are meant to make our own melodies. Any way we can. I just really like that line and it stuck out to me.
Here is a link to my playlist on Spotify of songs that make me feel if you are interested:
Not really sure where I was going with this post 😛 but anyway I am done with my random ramble. Let me know in the comments what songs make you feel something. Talk to you later tune worms? sound worms? Nah back to bookworms!
My friend Dani @ Touch My Spine Book Reviews is being attacked by WordPress for interacting with her fellow bloggers and liking/commenting on their posts. This is really not cool on WordPress’ part. I enjoy talking to Dani and she is always great for having a fun discussion abut books or just being a nice person. She doesn’t deserve to be called a spammer.
I couldn’t be more upset! I did nothing for spam behavior and I got sent this after inquiring about my followers!!! Look at this email!!!! I did nothing wrong at all guys! My spammish behavior was following like 5 or so people and commenting on my followers and posting a few times!!! Now it’s not […]
via So I might be Super Screwed Because of WordPress! Please read my followers! I might not be able to communicate much longer!😭 — Touch My Spine Book Reviews
The fact that the guy emailing her has the title of Happiness Engineer is a joke. He should recognize that she isn’t a spammer and help her out considering she put time and money into her website with them.
What do you think about this? Let me know in the comments.
Busy Busy Busy. I want to read and have no time with big deadlines at work and dog sitting this week. But to be fair, Marley is adorable!
Hopefully I can get to reading more this week but in the meantime, if anyone wants me to do a guest blog post for them and share one of their posts on my blog (as long as its about books) then send me a message and I will give you some recognition 🙂
I don’t even have that many followers lol just sharing the love and being part of the blogging community. Oh also, check out these socks by my co-worker. She is in a very festive spirit this month.
Ok hopefully talk soon about the book I am reading. Peace out bookworms.