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Summer Cold, Again*…

Summer vacation, it was a blast
Summer cold, it happened so fast
Lack of sleep, not my own bed
Stuffiness, all through my head,

Summer days, sneezing away
But, oh, those drugged Nyquil nights!

Well-a well-a well-a huh
Tell me more, tell me more
Do you cough all the time?
Tell me more, tell me more
Is your nose filled with slime?

Tried to rest, but that didn’t work
Phone calls from telemarketer jerks
My poor throat is feeling so sore
Need more meds from the grocery store

Summer germs, now something’s inflamed
But, oh, those sleepy Nyquil nights!

Well-a well-a well-a huh
Tell me more, tell me more
Do you still feel like crap?
Tell me more, tell me more
Do you still need a nap?

A couple more days and I’ll be all right
I might wash my hair, not look such a fright
Think I might actually be on the mend
And this stupid cold will finally come to an end

Summer days, sneezing away
But, oh, those blissful Nyquil nights!!

*To the tune of Summer Nights from Grease.  I probably would have done an audio recording for you, you know, if it weren’t for my cold…

Yay, Yay, it’s Saturday…

A little musical thought…



Meme from Facebook

It’s Friday…


He’s not really a rock star, but Ed Sheeran is my new obsession.  He could sing Thinking out Loud to me over and over *sigh* and cry on my shoulder about his $20 million (yikes!) lawsuit…

Who would you choose?  (And am I the only one bothered because it should say “an elevator”?)

He Is That Song…


He is that song

to make your heart dance

with the rhythm of love

His voice exists

for you alone

Your reason to breathe

a lyrical explosion

Guitar strings strummed

while harmonies soar

and emotions crescendo

The beat pulses

deep in your soul

You crave him

He is that song


~ Diane D.                                                  Photo from Pixabay


In juxtaposition to the lovely words of She Is That Song by The Lonely Author.  Thank you, Drew, for your inspiration…


Another Beautifully Romantic Song …

My wonderfully fun and witty friend Dr. Meg Sorick suggested the beautiful Songbird by Fleetwood Mac for a romantic evening.  She says, “That’s ‘our song’– just Christine McVie and her piano.”   I’m wondering if there’s a story there that Meg  might be willing to share (well, maybe not all the details)?

If you haven’t checked out her blog, please do.  Meg is a practicing chiropractor in the Philadelphia area and a wonderfully talented writer, as well, with three published romantic suspense novels, and more on the way!  Check out her book page here and have a listen to this beautiful song: