The Treasure Hunter

A blog by Joanne Yatvin

Sing For Your Supper

on November 28, 2020

Since there is very little going on at my place these days, I watch television too often. And then it frightens me or makes me angry. I get upset because it looks like many people out there are refusing to take medication or ware masks today. I think thear decisions are dangerous for them and anyone else who happens to be nearby.

I don’t want to repeat any of the bad things I mentioned yesterday, or any new ones. I’m sure you all heard most of them on television or read about them in newspapers.

Probably, it would be better for me to sing, and you to do that with me. Remember that we sang together a while ago and enjoyed it. Why not? Nobody else will hear us singing. Below are two of my favorite songs that I wish I could send to you out loud so we would be singing together. But since I don’t now how to do that here. I’ll go with two of my favorites.

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You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, You make me happy when skies are gray. You’l never know dear how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.

The other knight dear, while I was sleeping, I dreamt I held you in my arms. When I awoke dear, I was mistaken. So I held my head and cried.

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You. make me happy when skies are gray. You’l never know dear how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.

Sing now my dear friends and be happy today. I’ll write again tomorrow.


4 responses to “Sing For Your Supper

  1. Anne Kolibaba Larkin says:

    Yes, Joanne, I did indeed sing this bittersweet song. Singing is so good for you; it gets your endorphins flowing, among other things.

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  2. writerjoney says:

    I really wished we could have sung it together.

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  3. Jane Watson says:

    Good to hear from you! Keep writing & singing!

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  4. writerjoney says:

    I’L TRY, NOT MUCH ELSE AVAILABLE THESE DAYS

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