Monday, May 18, 2009

~Great Way to Start the Day~

~I am posting this video~ because it is just WoNdErFuL !~ i saw it on Gritty Jane's bloggy~
~ take a minute & watch it~
~What a Great way to start the Day~
~How dull our world would be without the arts~



EWian said...

Wonderful clip, I smiled so hard I cried, I love that spreading happiness to others in a non selfish way.


Amy Gethins Sullivan said...

~i know~ wouldn't you love to be just standing there~minding your own business~& have something like that happen~
thanks for watching it EWian~

EWian said...

Would have been fun to have been there in real life, but I am more of the type that would have loved to danced just to see some smiles.


Lindsey said...

That was amazing! THat was truly incredible! I think I'll have to show that to my students today. You are so right, what would the world be without the arts?

Love your blog, by the way. I love your illustrations. I'm headed over to Etsy to check out your shop and heart you!

Anonymous said...

It's a nice clip!!
Thanks for visiting my blog :-)

Ring by Ring Designs said...

Amy, that was such fun watching. Thanks for making my day.

BLUEYEDUCKstudios said...

I first saw this on facebook - then looked at other Tmobile youtubes (sing a long at Trafalgar Sq especially fun) -- anyway - I am a big sookiewookie - they brought me to the verge of tears - (waaaaah!) seriously! such "harmony"...
I know, I know - all planned and choreographed, but it doesn't matter...
it is still beautiful :)



joy in the journey,
katey duck (on facebook)
blueyeduckstudios everywhere else

lagirl said...

In a perfect world every day would begin this way. Maybe in Heaven. Ya think?

Carolyne said...

That would be such an awesome experience! Thanks for sharing!

Art4Sol said...

This is it!

Mimi said...

I love that! I've seen a lot of those videos! I love them all.

Anonymous said...

when I first saw this clip, I asked my friend who lives in Belgium about it and he said that it was a promo for the musical. They were doing auditions for Maria. I forgot to ask him if they ever found their Maria. He also said that they did this at the height of rush hour. It's a feel good piece. I think it's amazing that they were able to coordinate the 100 + dancers in the busy subway station.