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Why can't each morning be like that?Well actually it can...ah ha...replay.
Do you think we could get all those musicians in my little Civic for my morning commute? :)
Love it! Love the smiles. Made me smile, too!
That was beautiful.Also, you label made me chuckle.
Fun! But I was waiting for tympani to show up, and Hall of the Mountain King. ;-)
This was my morning commute. Thank you.
Now you've tempted me to go play the violin instead of writing. Well, okay. Maybe for a few minutes anyway...
The best part is the baby. She's like, "Eh, I see this every day."
Great. Now I'm crying.
Thanks, Janet. Thanks, flashmob. Thanks, universe.
Well, that puddled me up.Thank you Janet and Jessica.#getbacktoworkTerriTerri
Love this! There are so many of the flash mob videos I love, but this is one of my favorites. More proof that they need to stop cutting the art/music programs from the schools. Thanks for posting this...nice way to start the day.
What a beautiful gift.
Ahaha beautiful. Can you imagine their story when they get to work? NO REALLY GUYS THERE WAS THIS WHOLE ORCHESTRA IN THE SUBWAY...THEY WERE SERENADING ME!!!
Lisa, that's exactly what I thought too. Time to remember that art and music aren't extras in our life, they make our life.
Sadly it was without a live orchestra. It would have been difficult squishing them into the back of the Element I suppose. But I would have been willing to try.
I wonder what they play for the ride home...Taps?
It sure beats listening to my kids argue from the back seat every morning! (although I'm lucky enough to work at my kid's school and our students still have art and music classes 2-3 times a week for 30-45 min each.)erica
I would cry happy tears if that happened on my commute...
The faces of the children make my throat close up and my nose begin to prickle. How lovely. Thank you, Janet.
Love it :)
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