Good Morning …. “Thankful Tuesday …. Stop & Smell the Roses …. “!!


~~April 11, 2017~~ 


stop and smell the roses
To become calm and reflect upon the finer or more enjoyable aspects of life, especially when one has become overworked or overly stressed.




Bringing Humor To Your Day with Love


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Sunday Night Message …. “Already? …. I wanna ‘do-over’ …. I’m not ready …. “!!


~~April 2, 2017~~ 


“Sunday, the day for the language of leisure.”

~Elfriede Jelinek, The Piano Teacher~



Quotes and Notes


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At the end of the day …. “Good night … from Dora and me”!!


~~August 8, 2015~~ 


It’s been a long and wonderfully amazing day.

Time to rest and get ready for tomorrow.

From my heart to yours … have a good night.



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At the end of the day … Pocoyó: “Twinkle, Twinkle”!!


~~March 8, 2018~~ 

That time of the day is here. Day is over, night has come. Time to rest and recover for tomorrow and the coming week. 

Good night …. sleep tight … rest well

Pocoyó (Pocoyó in Spanish) is a Spanish pre-school animated television series created by Guillermo García Carsí, Luis Gallego and David Cantolla, and is a co-production between Spanish producer Zinkia Entertainment, Cosgrove-Hall Films and Granada International. Two series have been produced, each consisting of 52 seven-minute episodes.

English actor and comedian Stephen Fry narrates the English-language version and José María del Río narrates the Castilian Spanish version of the first two seasons, while Stephen Hughes narrates the third season, called Let’s Go Pocoyó.

Set in a 3D space, with a plain white background and usually no backdrops, it is about Pocoyó, a 3-year-old boy, interacting with his friends Pato (a duck), Elly (an elephant) and Loula (a dog).

Viewers are encouraged to recognize situations that Pocoyó is in, and things that are going on with or around him.

“As it appears in …. “



Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are!

Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky.

When the blazing sun is gone,
When he nothing shines upon,
Then you show your little light,
Twinkle, twinkle, all the night.



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~~Twinkle Twinkle~~

~~Uploaded on Feb 4, 2010~~

Elly finds a beautiful star that has fallen out of the night sky. She loves it and wants to keep it for herself. But Pocoyó makes her realize that the star is for everyone to enjoy. Together they put it back where its meant to be.


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To start the day …. we all need an oasis!!


~~July 18, 2014~~ 

In geography, an oasis (plural: oases) or cienega (Southwestern United States) is an isolated area of vegetation in a desert, typically surrounding a spring or similar water source. Oases also provide habitat for animals and even humans if the area is big enough. The location of oases has been of critical importance for trade and transportation routes in desert areas; caravans must travel via oases so that supplies of water and food can be replenished.

An oasis in the Negev Desert

Oases are formed from underground rivers or aquifers such as an artesian aquifer, where water can reach the surface naturally by pressure or by man-made wells. Occasional brief thunderstorms provide subterranean water to sustain natural oases, such as the Tuat. Substrata of impermeable rock and stone can trap water and retain it in pockets, or on long faulting subsurface ridges or volcanic dikes water can collect and percolate to the surface. Any incidence of water is then used by migrating birds, which also pass seeds with their droppings which will grow at the water’s edge forming an oasis.



In figurative terms, we also use the word “oasis” as a place of rest, recharging and regrouping. It’s a peaceful, serene place where we can let our guards down and relax. 

The trials and tribulations of life do not let up!

Our world has turned into this dangerous, complicated, duplicitous, stressed place. There’s no peace … meaning outside of us (war and conflicts) or inside of us (stress of daily living). Either we are exposed to outside dangers: environmental, governmental, political – or we are exposed to internal strife (familiar, financial, job-related). You name it, fill in your blanks. 

 You can refer to a pleasant place or situation as an oasis when it is surrounded by unpleasant ones.  

Let’s go away.

Let’s find our own personal oasis. We are hurting, we are tired, we are spent. We feel we can’t go on anymore. The forces are too strong to keep going. We need to recharge, we need to rest. There’s too much static. There’s the sound of war drums everywhere. 

Wherever that may be, let’s go there today!! 




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Enjoy the peace, see the beauty, feel the heart beat and the breathing slow down. Take it all in. Soothes the soul, calms the spirit, rejuvenates you, recharges you. Let the running water purify your soul. We need to be replenished. 

Gather the supplies, fill the reservoirs because the journey continues until you find the next oasis. 


We ALL are ONE!! 

At the end of the day …. soothing music to my ears!!

~~July 7, 2014~~

It’s been a long day. It’s time to go to bed, to unwind and rest, recharge for tomorrow. 

Music soothes me. This melody came to mind and here I share it with you. I hope you enjoy it. 


The Nutcracker (RussianЩелкунчик, Балет-феерия / Shchelkunchik, Balet-feyeriyaFrenchCasse-Noisette, ballet-féerie) is a two-act ballet, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (op. 71).

The libretto is adapted from E.T.A. Hoffmann‘s story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. It was given its première at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg on Sunday, December 18, 1892, on a double-bill with Tchaikovsky’s opera, Iolanta.



Although the original production was not a success, the twenty-minute suite that Tchaikovsky extracted from the ballet was. However, the complete Nutcracker has enjoyed enormous popularity since the late 1960s and is now performed by countless ballet companies, primarily during the Christmas season, especially in the U.S. Major American ballet companies generate around 40 percent of their annual ticket revenues from performances of The Nutcracker.

Tchaikovsky’s score has become one of his most famous compositions, in particular the pieces featured in the suite. Among other things, the score is noted for its use of the celesta, an instrument that the composer had already employed in his much lesser known symphonic ballad The Voyevoda.




~The Nutcracker~

~Waltz of the Flowers/Valse des Fleurs~

~Published on Dec 16, 2013~

Mariinsky Theatre Ballet, St Petersburg (2012)
Choreography by Vasily Vainoen
Conducted by Valery Gergiev


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