Welcome to my regular Friday song/tune day, ladies and gentlemen, where I pick a piece of music that reflects my mood or the times, to share with you.

How are you feeling today, ladies and gentlemen? Depressed? Stressed? Anxious? Frightened? Lonely? All of the above? These last six months have been really awful, haven’t they? I dedicate this week’s song to all those needing a bit of love, a hug, a shoulder to cry on, a kind word. For all of you, sit back, close your eyes and breathe. You are not alone. On the other hand, if you are one of the few who have your shit together and some lightness in your heart today, you are not off the hook. I want you to sit back, close your eyes and let your love flow, or if you are feeling up to it, sing it out.

Take care, everyone. Stay safe.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

43 thoughts on “Feel The Love

  1. ‘’Let your love flow” A great song for these times. Today I was listening to “The Cowboy Junkies live in Liverpool Helpless” on YouTube. I enjoy these musical `Fridays, thank you Tracy!

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    1. Thank you, Su. I hugely enjoyed your song pick. Definitely need to watch it at least 3 times. My younger son who does circus teaching tells me that Poi E is a ball in a sock/stocking which you hold onto while flinging it around until such time as the ball smacks you in the head, lol.

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      1. On a map, California fires look close to us but none so far have been in our area. Thank you for asking. You must still be reeling from the devastating effects of all the Aussie fires several months ago. Takes a very long time for recovery. As for keeping safe from Coronavirus – so far, yes, but this is going to be here for at least the next 12 months and likely longer. You and your family stay safe as well, Tracy.

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      2. There has been shocking loss of wildlife, Sharon. Also many towns that were devastated by the fires have been waiting for months for the ruins of their houses to be cleared so that they can re-build. The cumulative economic impact of the fires and Covid has been horrendous.
        So glad the fires aren’t near you, Sharon. And yes, we are staying safe.

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