amy krouse rosenthal
intro’d to Amy here (via rt by Bud of a rt):
“You May Want to Marry My Husband” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal https://t.co/rB8JSevRhE
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/MrSchuReads/status/837699757757894656
actually.. feel in love with her site.. (esp the music when in music mode.. hope it’s always that song)
then started taking her in..
9 min – and via my ipod.. a moment of peace
15 min – yellow.. color of optimism, wisdom and a positive future… please beckon lovely
there are 7 music notes.. a, b, c, d, e, f, g
1\ always trust magic… intersection of purpose and random happenstance
2\ beckon the lovely
3\ connected.. we are all connected..ie: jacqueline‘s blue sweater.. then has all of them text someone.. i love you
4\ do .. what it is we really should be doing.. that one thing.. why ruin/taint something by gabbing about it..
5\ empty space.. in music.. space between notes.. integral to song.. change reaction to creation
6\ figure it out as you go.. pre planning gets us stuck..
7\ go to it.. thurman.. what makes you come alive.. go to it
7 important notes to hit.. so what is the key.. the key is you.. each note must be played your way with your flare..
what lyrics go with these 7 notes.. the one essential sweeping statement..?
make the most of your time here
Amy Krouse Rosenthal is an American author of both adult and children’s books, a short filmmaker, and former radio show host. Amy K.R. is best known for her memoir Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life, her children’s picture books, and the film project The Beckoning of Lovely . She is a prolific writer, having published more than 30 children’s books since 2005. She is the only author to have three children’s books make the Best Children’s Books for Family Literacy list in the same year. She is a contributor to Chicago’s NPR affiliate WBEZ and to the TED conference
Amy K.R. is known for her innovative and participatory use of Facebook and Twitter. Her website was named one of the best official author websites, alongside Barbara Kingsolver and Stephen Kin
Amy K.R. lives in Chicago. She has three children. In 2017, she announced that she was terminally ill with ovarian cancer.
story corp 4 min audio w daughter
i just love that i have your handwriting on my body
way does lead on to way