Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Embarrasing My Kids With White Snake (& Linking Up With Mama Kat)

I'm linking up with Mama Kat's Vlogging Prompts again this week. One of the prompts was to talk about a song that is meaningful.  I could talk for hours about the songs that are meaningful to me...I mean from the soundtrack of the original FAME movie and everything Irene Cara sang in the 80s to Janet Jackson to New Edition to Dolly Parton I could talk forever about it.  

Seriously.  I mean I used to sing into the mirror to my mom's old Beach Boy records, the live ones with the cheering crowds.   Those are just the songs that were meaningful when I was growing up.

What about how Alanis Morissette and Sarah McLachlan were the background music to my senior year in college?  I mean COME ON!

This is such a fun topic.  But don't worry, the vlog isn't an hour long.  It's a couple minutes about how me knowing every lyric to a White Snake song didn't impress my young kids.

Here's how it went down:

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  1. As you may have seen, I LOVE cursing around in the car with the windows down, music blaring.

    And just between you and me, I kinda wished I was the slutty girl too. ;)

  2. That is hysterical! My kids are still too little to be embarrassed by me...but when they are older, watch out!

  3. Hah! That's totally something I would do. Do, actually. I do that. Like Ginny Marie, my kids are still young enough that they don't get embarrassed... yet! Annoyed, at times, but that's ok with me!

  4. Me and my friends were obsessed with Poison. I embarrass my son on a daily basis singing in the car and half the time I get the eye roll and then the ear plugs to his ipod go in and I am tuned out.