Wednesday, August 14, 2013

My Photo is the Cover of a New Song


You might remember the photo from my Oxford Sabbatical Highlights post. I never thought this whimsical image would end up on the cover of a CD...my three minutes of fame.

I'm on blog vacation next week. I'll be back online August 28th. Happy Summer!

15 comments:

A Cuban In London said...

Have a great blog-vacation! :-) We need those every now and then. I hope you have a restful time with your family.

Greetings from London.

Sarah Laurence said...

ACIL, thanks! BTW I've just updated the YouTube music clip so you can see the cover and hear Nadia Fay's song. For some reason it didn't publish the first time.

Margie said...

Congrats Sarah, that is wonderful .
I love that photo and the song is great!

Have a great vacation!

Kelly H-Y said...

That is so cool, Sarah!! Love it!

☆sapphire said...

Congratulations, Sarah!! That's GREAT! I love your photo and the song!! Have a wonderful break!!

Nantucket Daffodil...living the good life at Prince Snow Farm said...

Congrats to you....enjoy the vacation!

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

How cool is that? :D I'm delighted to see it and hope you have a good vacation.

Petra said...

One never knows what the future holds, right? :) Congratulations, Sarah!

Les said...

Congratulations!

Rose said...

Congratulations on your brush with fame! It's such a great photo; I'd stop and look at this CD just to have a closer look at the image. Enjoy your vacation!

kacky said...

That's awesome!!!! Congrats!

Amanda said...

What a precious photo - is that your son when he was younger? Congrats on this honor and wishing you a lovely vacation time!

Alyson (New England Living) said...

That is awesome! Love the photo! Have a lovely blog holiday!

troutbirder said...

Way to go! And hoping you all have a nice vacation...

Sarah Laurence said...

Thanks, all! I'm back from a restful vacation, offline reading several books on the beach.

Amanda, that isn't my son but it is a boy I know well. His parents gave permission to use his image but don't want to share his identity. My son looked and dressed like that at that age too - miss those day! He's standing in the background of the original shot on my blog.