Three:Thirty Thursdays | Episode Twenty Six – Zion y Lennox

We did it!!!!!!! We’ve made it to the very end of the April A to Z Blogger Challenge. Feels good to be able to say that I have completed my second blog challenge in my blogging journey. I wanted to just stop and say a special thank you to each one of you that stopped by to read my posts this month. Thanks for like likes and the love.. especially to those who wanted to get interactive and leave comments and such. Y’all are the real MVPs!

Thank you to the hosts and co-hosts of this year’s challenge for putting this all together so that we could have a easy and fun way to connect with bloggers around the world. It has been such a pleasure sharing bits and pieces of my musical library with you all. Hopefully I was able to introduce you to an artist that you’ve never heard of, but now are utterly obsessed with and can’t stop thinking about

Or maybe I was just able to reunite you with an old school fling from back in your younger years. Whatever the case might be, I hope you enjoyed this year’s theme and I hope that you decide to stick around. 🙂 For the letter ‘Z’, Zion y Lennox have agreed to take us out with one of my old favorites. Enjoy!!


Y – Yellowcard

It’s the second to last day of the A to Z blog challenge and I’m proud of myself. For the past few months, I’ve been blogging on and off– definitely not as consistent as when I first started. Life has been hectic, but it has been great getting back into writing daily. I definitely have a love-hate relationship with writing. Lol.

I think that pretty much sums it up.

The songs by Yellowcard have been a part of my playlist for over a decade now, and it would only be right to share this group with y’all. They were one of my top five favorites when I was going through my rock stage. The song “Only One” reminds me of my relationship with writing. We may fall apart sometimes, and I may not write for weeks… but when it’s all said and done, I still end up with pen and paper in hand. I still wind up tapping away at the keyboard, jotting down a few poetic lines, writing a partial hook for a song. Nothing can stop true love. Lol. Happy hump day!

X – Xscape

Today is Tuesday, and we’re getting down to the final posts for the April A to Z blog challenge. I’m pretty proud of myself for being able to complete this challenge in a pretty timely manner. Of course, we hit a few set backs on the way, but here we are at the letter X.

There aren’t may groups/artists that start with X, but Xscape is definitely a classic group. I miss when R&B was like this. So much soul, so much more than a catchy pop beat. Maybe I’m old fashioned, who knows, but I hope you enjoy today’s selection as much as I do!

W – Wyclef Jean

It’s Monday again. Say hello to another week of looking forward to Friday before you even clock in. I wish I was sitting on a beach with a cold drink in my hand, the warm sun on my face, and the ocean breeze blowing through my hair. The waves would be softly lapping against the sand with Wyclef Jean’s guitar playing in the background. I’ll be thinking about this all day to get through this Monday morning.

Usher & Vivian Green


Hello my loves!! This post will be a 2-in-1 special since I missed out on my Friday and Saturday posts. My husband’s birthday was on Friday, so we were all caught up in the celebration. I decided that this post would be dedicated to songs of his choosing. He’s a big Usher fan, so of course that will be for ‘U’. For ‘V’, he chose a classic by Vivian Green. Here’s to a happy birthday to my husband! 🙂