I promised myself last year that I would not get involved with American Idol ever again. But I have. I can't resist. I've already sobbed with those who didn't make it, and now I have to go through the entire 24 contestants. Talk about emotionally draining. If it affects me in such a way, how must it affect those precious contestants? Last year I found myself voting over and over again for my favorite singer. I hate that! I hate being able to vote more than once. It just doesn't seem fair. But for all my votes, sweet Paris Bennett didn't win. I wonder what she's doing. Sometimes I scan the CD titles in WalMart or Target just to see if she's there. Haven't found anything, but maybe I should get serious about tracking her down. Check this out:
Today was a good writing day. I put on my CD from the Thinking Music series and I do believe it works. I sat down and started writing. I've always been way too impressionable. Just the name--Thinking Music series--is enough to make me feel creative. I should walk around with my head phones on -- maybe the Thinking Music would help me clean my house. I've never failed to write when I listen to Concentration, Maximize Your Productivity. The Arcangelos Chamber Ensemble in association with Dr. Jeffrey Thompson. I think they should have this music playing in every school in Louisiana. They could do it for one year and be able to determine if it made a difference. Of course, parents would holler that their kids were being brainwashed or something. That's how we parents are. :)
Since this is a rambling kind of post for me--no real point to be made--here's a thought to ponder:
For God is closely watching you, and he weighs carefully everything you do. ~Proverbs 5:21
When I was growing up, I was told that actions speak louder than words. Looks like it's true.