People call me various things. Teela, Teelar, Tee-tee, Teelch, Tuula, that Chick, Her, Choir Mommy.
Choir and opera person (lyric soprano with the possibility of extending into a coloratura?). History person (especially the American Revolution and the Civil War). I also like Greek Mythology. Various other things shall appear.
If there is something on my blog that triggers you and I do not tag it, PLEASE send me an ask to tell me what it is. You can be anonymous, or not. Whatever is comfy for you.
My ask is always open.
Have some cookies and tea and a blanket for your stay.
All participants agreeing that they are in a relationship, whether romantic or platonic.
I would hope for affection, especially physical, but some people are not upset comfy with physical affection (and that’s super okay)
My polka-dot top with my black circle skirt and shrug- I feel super petite and cute in it, and it hugs all the right curves on my body. I’ll post a selfie with it the next time I wear it :3
Either something like All About that Bass because music puns and fun, or Lily’s Eyes because complicated music and (sometimes I feel) beautiful.
(seriously, Lily’s Eyes makes me cry seven out of ten times)
My grandparents house smells of gingerbread cookies and misogyny
Lily’s Eyes- The Secret Garden
Mandy Patinkin & Robert Westenberg
Song: “How Could I Ever Know?”
Album: ~The Secret Garden~ Musical
Artist: Mandy Patinkin & Rebecca Luker
Origin: The Secret Garden Broadway Show
DAY 6 OF “Love For All Sweet Music” MONTH!
I can’t use this darn song for auditions anymore because I keep tearing up when the chords play. Same with “Poor Sweet Baby” and “Your Daddy’s Son.” If you know who Mandy Patinkin is, then you’ll know how lovely his voice is. Inigo Montoya, 88 Keys, Sunday In The Park With George … what a great voice.
“A Girl in the Valley" - The Secret Garden
“Show Me the Key" - The Secret Garden
Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass
Abigail Adams (via lipstickprojectblog)
there’s a Sumner high school in St Louis where an honors music program was started and a lot of fantastic StL musicians went
my grandparents are pretty sure it was named after Charles Sumner