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Que Sera, Sera

I have been a very busy bee this week, trying to make the world bilingual one hour at a time! :)  We are currently studying the future tense/el futuro and it sure makes one wonder about mañana and the day after.  

It sure makes me think of that song ¿Qué será, será? Whatever will be will be...
Did you know that song was introduced in Hitchcock's movie "The Man who knew too much"?  I guess sometimes it's better not to know too much and take each day as it comes.  Well that's my philosophy lesson for today, didn't know I dabbled in that too did you??  Not really, but here's for a good day and wonderful weekend!

BTW Blogger does not allow me to place accents or our little upside down question marks that we do in Spanish, so the title of this post is missing those and it kills me! :)


Ms. Givens said...

Have a wonderful fall weekend!

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Laura, you could just copy and past the Qué será, será in your title and hit publish. It'll work!

Love the song... Doris Day, right?

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

... copy and paste! Sorry.

pam@ iLoveShelling said...

Whatever will be will be...after a cut and paste! ;)

Love of the Sea said...

Reminds me of when I was a little girl watching the Doris Day Show on TV.

Marie @ Sally Lee by the Sea said...

I had no idea that the song was introduced in a Hitchcock film...wow!

I love the pics of the happy yellow flowers.

Hope you're enjoying your weekend.

anita said...

hi from richmond, virginia laura!

we had a most pleasant 11 hr ride today. stopped in the south carolina low country for a picnic, with "bubba gump" looking shrimp trawlers...temps were glouriously cooler than at home.

love your yellow flower pics :)

PalmKD said...

Sin Bandera also has a great song, Será. I know that's not the one that you meant, but now it's stuck in my head! =)

Beach Vintage said...

I agree, I dont feel like I want to know too much these days, just let life take me where it wants me to go.