Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Branching out . . .

. . . with Revlon Raisin Rage nail polish on my nails . . . and ordering some Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill and Keith Urban sheet music to play in the tea room, I'm getting out of my rut. I also ordered Phil Collins' "You'll Be in My Heart", from the movie Tarzan. That was requested the other day and I had to admit I'd never heard of it. Oh, I also ordered some Richard Marx music. I'd never heard of him. When I said that to young Nadir, who works in the tea room, his reaction told me that I need to get out more . . . or at least get some new setttings on my radio.

So I'm branching out . . . realizing more everyday that 'youth is in the mind of the beholder'.

3 comments:

laura said...

I've never heard of Richard Marx either. And neither has, Melissa-- I just asked her. If that makes you feel better. But I love Rascal Flatts, so I approve of that.

Elizabeth H. said...

I've never heard of Richard Marx... and neither has John. I do, however, LOVE that Phil Collins song and did a dance to it in high school. And all of the others you mentioned... especially Carrie Underwood. She is one of my favorites.

I can't wait until I can hear you play on a WEEKLY BASIS. Yay!

mm jw said...

So Richard Marx isn't well known. That makes me feel better.
He can be found on YouTube. His song "Now and Forever" is beautiful. Evidently it was the song for a movie with Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin - which means it was made in the early nineties, or around there. (They no longer speak to each other, I think, well, except nastily through their poor daughter.)

"Right Here Waiting" is also pretty.