I suspect there might be many couples whose relationships will not survive this shut down due to the inability to put any social distance between you and your significant other. Too much of a good thing is sometimes not such a good thing. If this is a reality for you, I offer you a very old but very beautiful break~up song that will perfectly score your sad occasion
Here's the way to make an old song new again. Turn it into a Bassa Nova
A year or so before my mom's death, I sang this song for her at her kitchen table to get her opinion. She told me to sing it at her funeral! Now, my mother refused a traditional funeral because she said nobody would get her eyebrows right so, instead, my sisters, and I gave her a "fun-eral". 300 people in a ballroom with food and drinks and live entertainment.
I KNOW she was very happy with this.
My friend is turning 100 and I can't be with her. She has taught me so much through the years, not the least of which is...slow down everybody and appreciate. Treasure the moments. I'm right there with ya, Ruthie. Happy birthday, Girlfriend!
I found some old shaky 16 mm video and became inspired. This is my family
Dementia is a terrible thing but we were always able to laugh and love through it all.
My extraordinary father, taken too soon.
This is what happens when the family get's together. A song usually breaks out.
This is what happened when I took mom on a road trip to Atlanta to visit her oldest friend in the world. Mom and Shirley met in dance class more than 80 years ago and they have been like sisters ever since.
Promo for my newest CD. The song is called "Hoedown For Older Ladies"
Just because I can.