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Project 366– Day 15

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01.15.2012

Day 15: Song

What I Love About Sundays by Craig Morgan

Some Sundays I dread coming home from work to a noisy house full of family.

This was one of the Sundays that I cherished it. It was laid back. I didn’t have to deal with certain unpleasant people. I got to relax, have some dinner, and some great conversation with some family.

-Aleigh

Project 366– Day 12

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01.12.2012

Day 12: Song

I’m Gonna Love You Through It by Martina McBride

Today there was a funeral luncheon being held at The Pub. I don’t know the circumstances surrounding the loss of the person being mourned, but it got me thinking about my mom. Recently, whenever I think about her, I think about this song. Even though this song makes me wanna cry, it also makes me proud because the love described in the song is exactly the type of love that I know my dad had for my mom. He loved her all the way through to the end. And he still does.

As do I.

-Aleigh

Project 366– Day 11

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01.11.2012

Day 11: Song

What I Love About Your Love by Jana Kramer

Tonight was the season premiere of One Tree Hill. One thing I have come to anticipate about these nights is whether or not Jana Kramer will have a new song in the episode. When she first started on the show, I never dreamed she would have such an awesome voice and sing my kind of music.

Enjoy!

-Aleigh

Project 366–Day 7

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01/07/2012

Day 7: Song

Country Man by Luke Bryan

I am on a huge Luke Bryan kick. This song is one of my favorites. It’s just goofy and so much fun. The music video also captures that feeling. It was filmed by Luke while he was on tour. It features him and the members of his band just fooling around and having fun.

I need to find myself a good ole country man.

I’ll wait.

-Aleigh

Project 366–Day 6

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01/06/2012

Day 6: Song

All Your Life by The Band Perry

“Lately I’ve been writing desperate love songs. I mostly sing them to the wall.”

This is exactly how I feel right now. I have all this love and romanticism in me and I have no one to share it with. Of course, I have my family and friends, and I’m so thankful for them, but I’m still looking for that one special person with whom I can be romantic.

“You could be the center of my obsession, if you’d notice me at all.”

I just want one guy to notice me.

It’s not that I define myself on whether others notice me or not, or what they think of me, but it’d be nice to be noticed, and in a good way.

Is that to much to ask?

I’ll wait.

-Aleigh