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by Andrea Corona
July 07, 2019
I really like these blogs where I sit down to talk with you and I tell you these chronicles of a ukulelist.
This Saturday I started at 12 in the morning with the worst stomach ache and infections in all my Andrea, well no but in my stomach, throat and ears.
There was something very funny when I went to the doctor. The doctor asked me "Full name", I replied and my parents who went with me told him
"In parentheses @ukulelesh, please, watermelon red hashtag"
It was super fun because it is obvious that for my family I am also already creating a footprint on the Ukulele that even they refer to me that way.
As long as I got home I was starving and the first thing I did was take a caldito that my mother made me and of course I was sad for not being able to taste food or anything in the day. Karen suggested that I watch a movie to have a better time but it bothers me a lot to watch movies when I'm sick, my games were not helping me either and I was angry at almost everything that was in my path, so I looked to the right and had what I was doing Missing, my ukulele hung.
A few days ago I started to make a song in the style of bolero, I've heard a lot lately to the panchos and other boleros, so love attacked me and I write this kind of songs.
I took my ukulele and although I didn't feel like it at all, it seemed that the ukulele was playing alone and I started to finish a song that I had unfinished and now I'm dying to feel it because you can listen to it, can you imagine how it is?
He has second and third voices, he has a fifth in Ukulele, a giant and beautiful thing.
Have you felt the same way? What other songs have you played when you feel sick, depressed, sad, happy, happy?
Let me know in my networks and in those of Ukulelería!
Thanks for reading and the moral is that even if you love the rain, be careful when you go out and not get too wet or you can regret in bed all weekend);
More than a corn lover. Hair by hair. @Ukulelesh worldwide. Googleame
August 20 2019
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Haha if you can regret it but it was worth it with the bolero 😍👍. Fortunately, the strings can include feelings that cannot be expressed, incredible melodies to make and illness that helps you relieve. I hope to visit you some day Greetings Andrea from Veracruz.
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