6/12/08

Someone To Watch Over Me




I'm having one of those melancholy days. The kind of day when it feels as if your heart and soul are a million miles away. I hope he hears my song.

And I wish the rest of you a fantastic evening...

Oh yes, I almost forgot- this is a Gershwin Tune sung by Jean louisa Kelly on the David Letterman Show.

11 comments:

Dawn said...

Ann... are you okay? I hope he hears your song too...

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

It's beautiful Ann, absolutely beautiful. Have a great evening sweetie. Big hug and lots and lots of lovies. ;)

confused said...

hang in there..friends are always here to cheer you up..

Buffy said...

I'd forgotten just how beautiful that song is. I hope he hears too!

Hugs to you.

Arv said...

Hi Ann,

Hope you come out of the mood soon and everything works out well for you. Take care mate... Cheers...

Mariuca said...

Hi Ann, sorry to hear you're feeling blue. The weekend is around da corner, so hopefully things will pick up for u by then! :)

mauniejames3 said...

Ann I just love you...as do all of your readers...it's a beautiful song...who the hell cares if he hears it...plenty of fish in the sea and all that...you my dear are awesome!!!!!

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Yes we are going to the boat this weekend. Love you too sweetie and I hope all is okay. Big hug and lotsa lovies honey. :)

FerdC ~ The Best Parts said...

Annie, that was probably the most beautiful performance Letterman has ever had on his show. Wow!

More importantly, I heard your melancholy. Here's a small eKiss and long eHug: xOOOOOO, for what it's worth.

Don't worry too much about love finding you. You just keep being your wonderful self and it will all work out. You'll see.

Peace!

feefifoto said...

Hope you're feeling better and finding some sunshine today.

Ann said...

God bless all of you for your wonderful comments and support. I'm not kidding when I say it really made a difference to me, and I love you all for commenting.

My readers and the blogs that I love to read are the best in the world.

You're all beautiful~

Ann/Annie

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