There's this aural phenomenon called audiation. It's, like, when you hear a song, it kinda gets "imprinted" in your brain, and stays there bouncing around overandoverandover.
Apparently, audiation is running rampant among fourth graders in my 9-year-old's school, cause they can't get enough of "Dragostea Din Tei," better know to those who've audiated the hell out of it as, "The Numa Numa Song."
I'm going to do you the favor of not linking you to it. But suffice it to say, it's a lot like those Barney and Wiggles songs we couldn't get out of our heads when our kids were toddlers. Maybe you're still there, or maybe you have it to look forward to.
Here's what I think of when I look at the video on U-Tube, or the photo I found: Flock of Seagulls. 'nuff said.
Want some Friday Candy little Bellas?
Meet Ignacio Casano, beautiful man of Argentina. Remember I told you a while back how gorgeous the people are there? I liked these photos cause he doesn't seem to take himself too terribly seriously. Who can say?
Debbie Merideth is this really lovely woman I met at Squawk Radio, and later at RWA nationals last July. She gave me a beautiful little Chinese there so I could play Southern Bella (and not pass out). Deb loves -- and knows -- romance fiction, and you may want to check out her blog, BookstoreDeb.blogspot.com.
And don't forget our Bella with a romance blog, the always entertaining, Stacy. Visit Stacy's Place on Earth.
Oh, yeah. Speaking of Romance Novels.
What are you reading this weekend?
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