I have enjoyed visiting & revisiting re-posted posts on Blogs I follow. They are reposted typically because they have a significance to the Writer, and having the opportunity to read it (again) is a privilege.
I am inspired to do the same; repost something from my archives, once each month this year. Care to join me and celebrate our Pasts together? If you decide to join in, ping back to this post so I can find you.
After the brush with pneumonia & the long ICU stay in May last year, it took a while to recover the ability to talk. And sing. As I struggled to regain control over my vocal chords, I promised myself that once I was better, I would do something more with my voice. I have since begun singing lessons (with Mom & Dad). Funnily & happily, the singing exercises have helped my running; using the breathing techniques I learn in our singing sessions, I can control my breathing better which translates into running faster & longer. Once again, I am reminded of how precious music is.
This is written in response to Daily Post’s Daily Prompt, Longing
There are times in my life when I feel an inexplicable sense that something isn’t quite right in the universe, a longing for something that I can’t articulate; this is a feeling that Loving Husband has termed my “existential loneliness”. In these instances, the one thing that I turn to which helps soothe the persistent ache is music.
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