Saturday’s Song: Be OK

Today’s song is a request from one of my earliest readers. I remember being in a hotel room in Connecticut when I received a comment on my blog from the author of It Never Rains In Seattle. Since then, I’ve followed his story through marriage and divorce. A few days ago, he suggested Ingrid Michaelson’s, Be OK for Saturday’s song. I’m happy to oblige.

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Saturday’s Song… Movin’ On

I was reminded of this song a few weeks ago while having dinner with an old friend. She’s at a crossroads in her life, considering a major move, and she quoted some of the lyrics to explain her feelings about the situation.

I always thought of I’m Movin’ On by Rascal Flatts as a sad song. The pace of it is slow and it’s full of reflection on a regretful past. Yet, it’s also about looking forward. Hope isn’t lost when you’re able to move on…

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Movie: An Unmarried Woman

Last weekend it snowed in my area. Boyfriend and I had plans to go away for the weekend, but given the weather forecast we decided to stay home instead. The unexpected down time afforded us several hours to lounge in front of the TV with lots of cookies and ice cream.

While scanning the menu for something to watch, we stumbled upon the movie An Unmarried Woman. Naturally, I found the title to be intriguing, so Boyfriend pushed the play button.

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