–A Weekly Chronicle Series

These Memories We Should Keep

Some lives so extraordinary end too soon.
Some lives hit stellar stardom so early.

It was a fascinating night for gaining something larger than life from a poignant story; Adele and her heart-breaking songs on her album, 21. Sadly, it has been a week of reminiscing about a person we’ve lost, remembering her voice and music; Whitney Houston found dead, a night before the Grammy awards.  These things, compelled me to draw and ruminate.

Last Sunday was undeniably Adele’s moment, sweeping all  six major awards at the Grammy’s. She is 23 and impeccably beautiful. So young, so talented, what more can she ask for? Elated on her budding love-life lately, I can’t wait for some love-infused, happy tracks on her next album.

Count your blessings to find what you look for— Rolling in the Deep

Disheartening how Whitney Houston almost had it all yet left us too soon. Legendary talent, beauty, fame and money; having it all together, a tumultuous battle it must have been for her. Among other things, I will always remember the iconic music and the incredible high-belting performances she gave us. Watching her videos on Youtube today, still grips me inside. However, this is how I want to remember Whitney; having merry-eyed eyes, affable smile  and blessed with  an incomparable voice.

There’s so much that you just don’t see.—- Run to You


14 comments on “These Memories We Should Keep

  1. tomschronicles
    February 27, 2012

    great art!!

    • Ninay
      February 28, 2012

      Thank you, indeed!

      • tomschronicles
        February 28, 2012

        you’re welcome!

  2. insaianneity
    March 3, 2012

    daom, you should be pursuing fine arts! continue to draw, sketch, and paint. compile them and apply for a scholarship. you have talent, i’m envious! rarrrrrr.

    • Ninay
      March 4, 2012

      thanks for the encouraging thoughts today Yan! I will in a sphere of time called “someday”, hopefully (laughs). And you’re equally talented like me! Xx

  3. tomschronicles
    March 3, 2012

    Thanks very much for your kind words. I haven’t made any art in a long time. Perhaps I should start again. Your artwork inspires me.

    • Ninay
      March 9, 2012

      Keep up the “creative juices” flowing buddy! Thanks to you too!

  4. buckwheatsrisk
    March 9, 2012

    incredible art again and writing! you should write a book mixed with your art! the second piece, she has such sad eyes…

    • Ninay
      March 9, 2012

      Whitney got sad eyes in there. Thanks for appreciating my novice art, so kind of you. 😉

  5. Michael Wood
    March 17, 2012

    My wife is a HUGE fan of Adele, so I’ve actually heard that “Rolling in the deep” song. There is a remarkable quality, or, je ne sais quoi to her music, there’s no denying that. Not sure what it is, …it’s so…full of vitality, or soul, perhaps.

    Maybe it stands out so much in contrast because her music comes from her heart instead of being manufactured from a board room of marketing suits.

    Whitney was the same way, although I had always thought she was somehow immune to the lifestyle…tragic to say the least. Reflecting on things, and exploring those reflections, as you did with those paintings, are all part of the human experience, and I, for one, enjoyed your words and your artistic compliment to them.

    • Ninay
      March 20, 2012

      Thank your for your insightful comment.I couldn’t agree more. Having someone writing such sincere and discerning words here means so much to me.

  6. ramshazia
    April 14, 2012

    Great read 🙂

  7. efratadenny
    April 18, 2012

    Nice… Is that your picture?

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