I sat there quietly humming along to my CD of Disney favorites. Tunes from Lion King, The Little Mermaid, and Mary Poppins filled my apartment. And for the next several hours, my mind. Accompanied by these tunes were a plethora of memories from my childhood.
Thinking about it now, I realise that at some point or another, I came to deeply admire the voice of Julie Andrews. I used to hear it a lot while I was living at home. The Sound of Music was one of Mom’s favorite movies. Admitedly it was one of mine too.
I have to admit that if I were to come across the Blue Ray or DVD version of it, I will not hesitate to purchase a copy of it. Hey, if Hubby can buy things he grew up with that he wants to expose to our future children, so can I.
Then they too can come to love the voice of Julie Andrew’s. It’s her legacy. This video here is one of my favorite moments from this movie. I remember how happy I was when I heard her voice join in with the children.
Even though this movie was way before my time, I want to think of it as a timeless classic (it is though right?). I’m so glad that Julie Andrews used her God given talent to make people smile.