Thanks for sharing what’s alive in you, beloved Eileen.
Your ‘bucket-story’ seems to fit in with the following expression I recently heard, “There is not one musical bone in my body”. Both beliefs, when accepted, create an energy field that seems absolute and unchangeable.
From your post, I conclude that you are transforming this energy field and subsequently shifting its boundaries. I applaud your willingness to explore your musical talents in a playful ‘hidden’ way. The following interview with Per Bristow may inspire you: http://www.perbristow.com...nger-can-you-become/
When I read your words “It's not clever like the songs Maria, Carol and David create”, I was reminded of Marshall Rosenberg's teaching of Non-violent Communication/A Language of Life. On p. 18 it reads "Another form of judgment is the use of comparisons. In his book, How to Make Yourself Miserable, Dan Greenberg demonstrates through humor the insidious power that comparative thinking can exert over us...". and subsequently become a reality in your life.
Musical Blessings to you and all readers of this post!