II'm the queen of the earworm. I was just singing one of my regulars and my husband said "you haven't had that one in a while". Some people have recurring dreams (Me as well) and I have recurring earworms.
Here's the song in question - I'm pretty sure he wanted to leave me the week I watched the movie Dumplin' on Netflix. I'm not known for singing the whole song of even getting the words right. Let's be honest - I annoy myself. Anyway, you're welcome my friends.
I don't know that I would describe myself as an optimist but I sure do try and get up in the morning and find the joy in my day. Right now I'm feeling good about my book like. I'm part of a box set - Romancing the Holidays - that comes out Nov 1 but you can pre-order it now and it's doing pretty well. I also have a new cinnamon bay novella out for Christams - A Christmas Arrangement - and it's also on pre-order so I'm on track for my 2019 goal of releasing 12 books this year.
Meanwhile, just like everyone I have things going on in my real life that give me pause. That of course influences my "musical stylings". Who are we kidding I have no musical style. I like what I like and that's that.
I'm known for my ability to cry in any situation and I just had a cry to this song. I don't know if music helps or hinders my ability to cope some days but music definitely touches us in ways nothing else does. I just heard this one and had a good cry.
Still I'd rather have a happy ear worm than a sad one. i haven't got the time or the enrgy to be cryng all the time. Cryings is nothing if not exhausting so I'll leave you with my happy earmworm that stays with me if I hear it on the radio. Fun fact I'm not a bihg Justin Beiber fan but I love everything he does with Ed Sheeran.