Netflix’s Lily and Dash placed a reminder of the following:
It's coming on Christmas
You tried hard to help me You put me at ease You loved me so naughty It made me weak in the knees Oh I wish I had a river I could skate away on I'm so hard to handle I'm selfish and I'm sad Now I've gone and lost the best baby That I've ever had Oh, I wish I had a river I could skate away on I wish I had a river so long I would teach my feet how to fly Oh, I wish I had a river I could skate away on I made my baby say goodbye It's coming on Christmas And they're cutting down trees Putting up reindeer And singing songs of joy and peace
I wish I had a river I could skate away on
When someone calls you a bitch...isn’t that much more about the caller than the
callee? Recently, on a social media post there was a tag of “B” tossed about with a positioned statement that pointed a wagging finger at unappreciated sarcasm.
Yoga practice educates yoginis to look within and turn the other rosy cheek. Honor oneself while looking within without dishonoring another. Yoga breath supported by yoga flex comes from within you. Shine your inner light to blind those bitch callers with your astute enlightened honor from the inside to the outsideIntelligently placed sarcasm brightens many a mood with a chuckle and often a pandemic belly laugh. Come they told me. Pa rum pum pum pum. Noooo not Ron Rico rum.
Honor, sarcasm, and the enlightened action of turn the rosy cheek - have you viewed the Netflix series Lily and Dash? Come they told me to watch Lily and Dash.....Namaste Ways turn the other cheek to someone who calls you a “B”. Come they told me. Namaste Ways.
So- Come they told me
Pa rum pum pum pum
A new born king to see Pa rum pum pum pum
Our finest gifts we bring Pa rum pum pum pum
To lay before the king Pa rum pum pum pum, Rum pum pum pum, Rum pum pum pum
Rum pum pum pum, Rum pum pum pum
When we come