Tuesday, September 22, 2009

I Can't Help Myself I Fall In Love Again...

Last night, I sat in the living room with my laptop checking out all the great blogs out there.

From in the kitchen I could hear my #1 singing all the wonderful old songs of the 70's and 80's, he was creating a playlist on the computer.

I was overcome with pure joy and love for my favorite singer as I was listening to him singing his heart out.

As a mom, I love hearing my child sing as well.

In a few days my other favorite singer,my son, will be auditioning for another play.

The song he has been working on is L.O.V.E, a Frank Sinatra song.

He knows it pretty well so I'm pretty confident that he'll remember the words.

Things always seem to change when you hit the stage.

But let me tell you, the one minute performance he has to do on Friday is the longest minute.

I'm singing every word with him (in my head) to help him along.

Last night, my #1 was able to put the crib together.

We were so glad all the pieces of hardware were there.

Isn't it the sweetest thing! I just love it! On each end are old decals.

And can you see the old wired bottom?

You got to love that!

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This should be a great display piece for a show!

Thank you for visiting!

It's always good to hear from you.


Lori said...

Debbie, what a great post!!! i love to hear my boys singing too...they really do put their heart into it when they don't know they are being listened to...love that...good luck to your son on his play audition!!! i hope he rocks it...that crib you found is just the sweetest thing...you were right, those wheels are killer!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Debbie, no matter hold old they may be, the "oldies" are always in. My kids don't really sing, but they sure do talk non-stop.

Have a blessed day!

cast-n-flies said...

Thanks for not making a video!

Heidi said...

Debbie, I will say a prayer for your son to stay strong and do well during his audition. God bless you and yours.


Lisa @ On Cloud Pink said...

HI there Debbie,

To watch my loved ones sing or even talk to themselves while working or playing always make me teary eyed. So I understand.

Good Luck to your son.

And as for the crib, it's a adorable!


colbycottage said...

What a sweet post!I can remember him singing those when we were young:)Jon will do great, hes made for this.Oh and I'm keeping a selection of the pink dishes, there are other dishes I didn't show.Tons of the ones you and I use.Have a great week. Kathy

Nori said...

I hope your son did great as his audition!

I just love your crib. How precious!