Lisa chose the theme THE FINE PRINT for this week.
The theme for next week is DRAGONS
THE FINE PRINT WITH CHILDCARE:
Children must be cared for all day and all night everyday and every night twenty-four hours a day no matter what. Absolutely no matter what. It also absolutely required that this be done with good humor, love and kindness, gentleness, and all of the wisdom that can be mustered.
SLEEPSONG — Secret Garden
THE FINE PRINT WITH CHILDCARE
Children must be cared for all day and all night every day and every night twenty-four hours a day by at least one impeccably trustworthy adult. No matter what. Absolutely no matter what.
Who knows what the future will hold? Certainly, THE FINE PRINT says: The future will be brighter for children, and everyone, if you act with the welfare of children, and future generations in mind.
I have plenty of opinions about most things, and strong opinions about childcare. Keep in mind my opinions are just that, my opinions.
MOVING MOUNTAINS — Nemesis — Two Steps From Hell
THE FINE PRINT WITH MARRIAGE:
In sickness and in health, for better or worse
SARAJEVO — Max Richter
“My dear love…”
THE FINE PRINT WITH DANCE:
Work, work, and more work and practice, and foot work and breathe. Plenty of restful sleep and a healthful diet are in THE FINE PRINT. With the Takitumu the flavor is so bold, it doesn’t seem like there would be any FINE PRINT. But there is.THE FINE PRINT of dance is discipline.
Takitumu Akirata Ou Ura Pau
Most people are so distracted by the hips or the stories told by the hands that they don’t notice the essential FINE PRINT. Often the practice and stamina building work required to perform dance is not thought about by people observing. Have you ever tried to do a pliés? Try doing a set of pliés with your knees clapping back and forth like these men do. Strength and foot work and breathing and disciplined practice are the FINE PRINT in dance.
THE FINE PRINT WITH NOSTALGIA:
Novosvětská symfonie Part II Largo — Antonín Dvořák
Antonín Dvořák: Symphony №9 in E minor, Op. 95 “From The New World”
Antonín Leopold Dvořák (1841 — 1904) Composer
Herbert von Karajan (1908 — 1989) Conducts
Wiener Philharmoniker — 2/1985 Record at Vienna, The Großer Saal des Wiener Musikvereins.
The Symphony No. 9 in E Minor “From the New World”, Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 during his visit to the United States from 1892 to 1895.
What are you nostalgic for? Who or what aspect of home do you remember with fondness? Do you feel nostalgia the almost or even the never was?
Nostalgia for what was not
Bear … 11.14.2014