M is for Mmm

My A to Z muse seems to be on a break for the letter M. Well I actually have a lot of M words floating in my head, Mother, Mistake (wait that was last year’s M word), Minute, Midway (as we are midway through the Alphabet today!), Müll (meaning garbage), MadameMusicMiddle school. None of those words really stuck, at the moment there seems to be no M word that my authentic self needs to write about.

So, I decided to share a little sketch from the past. It does show an word after all, Music (a word that my daughter loves). We are as I am writing this listening to My home is nowhere without you by Herman Düne (I am liking you to the youtube video).

The drawing blow was a sketch I did in the summer of 2009, listening to the two people making music under a tree in the Parc Monceau, one played the guitar, the other sang.

Music Sketch, Park Monceau Summer 2009


Moody Michael mixes melodies in Manhattan.


During the month of April, I am participating in the A to Z Challenge, my theme is authenticity and eclecticism, which in my book go hand in hand.

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12 thoughts on “M is for Mmm #AtoZChallenge

  1. Some days are just “Mmm Days.” I like the sketch and all the M words, too. I’m sure any of them would have been fine. But I like this one, too!

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  2. Ohh I’m glad I clicked through, that is one very pretty sketch. And the Mmm kind of embodies your difficulty in choosing. So quite relevant I’d say.

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