Music Rumblings: Music Monday 2.16.15

The following sentence makes me the biggest nerd on the planet: My most anticipated movie of 2015 is…

Photo Credit: Annie Leibovitz
Photo Credit: Annie Leibovitz


Yes, please scoff away. I am Disney fanatic. I grew up on Disney movies. I think part of my irrational love of all things Disney is that it reminds me of my grandmother. My grandmother was a little on the conservative side so when my brother and I were at her house we didn’t watch what was on TV since it had too much sex, violence etc. After dinner, we would watch the news, the Simpsons since it was my brother’s favorite show and then we would watch a Disney movie. It makes me remember my grandmother who passed away unexpectedly in 2003.

When I saw the first trailer for Cinderella, I was immediately struck by the music. The instrumental is so beautiful and it hits me on every emotional level. This wonderful song is  “Aeon” by Nick Murray featuring Juliet Lyons. I have listened to this song so much in the short time I have owned it and I never tire of it.


Here is the trailer for Disney’s Cinderella which comes out March 13. Cannot wait!


Music Rumblings: Music Monday 2.9.15

So, I did not watch The Grammy’s last night, but I heard about Kanye West’s little display and it just pisses me off. The arrogance of this man is astounding and trumps any kind of music talent this man has. I have liked many a Kanye song, but his utter disrespect of other artists is disgusting. So this Music Monday is for Beck.

1) Wave


2) Blue Moon


3) Loser


4) New Pollution (My favorite song of his)

Personal Rumblings: Getting Back to Me

Sooooooooooo…it’s been awhile. I’ve never posted consistently, but I have always had this blog in the back of my mind. The whole purpose of this blog was to give an outlet to all of the thoughts floating in my head about all of the things I’m interested in, but that requires me to actually do the things that excite me. The past couple of years have been very trying and now that I am gradually getting out of the depression fog I was in and I am starting too see things more clearly, I am realizing just how truly depressed and unhappy I was. Now that I’m in a better place emotionally, I am vowing to “get back to me” and do the things I’ve always loved to do. I have renewed sense of purpose and hope for the future. January was a very odd month, but I am ready for February and think this may be the start of a wonderful year! 🙂