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Share it Saturday

It’s just that special Saturday again! 😀 Today, feel free to share anything you want in the comments of this post! You want people to read your epic blog post? Share a link! You want everyone to know what you cooked up for dinner yesterday? Upload an image!

Anything you want, you can share with us today, simply by using the comment section!

The only rule is that whatever you want to share has to be something positive!

Today, I want to share that, as I was strolling through the city centre yesterday, feeling a bit blue (and very cold), I got so happy when I heard the first sounds of a draaiorgel (special type of organ). My grandmother loved this kind of music, so now every time I hear those organ sounds I immediately think of her. And I have to race after the owner to give him some money, in my grandmother’s honour.

So even if I felt a bit lonely at first, this music sure lifted my spirits!

(And I managed to do my shopping without buying stuff I don’t actually need! I know, impressive, right!?)

This wasn’t the draaiorgel I came across, but you get an idea of the sound it makes. And maybe you’ll recognise some of the songs it plays!

 

 

 


What would you like to share today? Leave a note in the comments! 🙂

6 thoughts on “Share it Saturday”

  1. how beautiful! it reminds me that when we lose someone, it can feel awful yet eventually not so much — in time it will make us feel good to remember them…

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  2. Oh wow, I’d never come across the word ‘draaiorgel’ before but the music is very familiar. I’m so glad you got to hear that when you were out yesterday to give your spirits a little lift!

    I don’t have any positive tales from this weekend really, maybe I could just share a blog post?

    https://invisiblyme.com/2018/12/13/being-festive-with-fibro-chronic-illness-coping-with-the-christmas-season/

    I hope you have a positive week ahead, stay warm! 🙂
    Caz xx

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