This is a video of the beautiful singer Katherine Jenkins dancing the waltz to Josh Groban’s ” To where you are”.
I received this link from a very dear friend that means a lot to me. Watching this clip was a rather emotional one for me on many levels. The song chosen, the dance, the artists…I love dancing ( all forms ) but I will always remember the waltz as the first dance that I learned from my dad. I was 6 years old and I used to stand on his feet while he did the steps around our living room. Watching Katherine Jenkins do this dance with so much emotion and with so much grace is really something I could watch over and over. Josh Groban ( an artist that I admire a lot ) captures the mood of the song extremely well. The song is about losing a loved one ( a topic I will talk about at some point )
“Who can say for certain, maybe you’re still here. I feel you all around me. Your memory’s so clear” To me, this line defines the first stage of death; denial.
“Can it be that you are my forever love and you are watching over me from up above?” This is when you have accepted that they are gone but you are still finding peace and looking for signs of where they are.
“As my heart holds you just one beat away, I cherish all you gave me everyday.” You feel still very incomplete without your loved ones but you can hold them alive in you with the good memories. These memories can be painful and soothing at the same time. It’s painful because you miss them but soothing to know that there was once this great love and bond. Something that you can cherish forver and no one can take that away .