I am so happy I have removed my singing catastrophe from you (my heart). I am no longer embarrassed, but boy was I humiliated years ago when I worked as a teacher. I think some of my fellow sister and brother Dear Hearts might find my story ‘interesting (smile).’ The school–let us keep it nameless–for which I worked had put a number of instructors t a satellite location, which was a very large building. One of things I liked about the old, large building was the echo sound in it after everyone or most everyone had gone because I liked to sing. I am by no means a singer, but I am one who has always sang multiple times a day. I just like singing and singing in the old, empty building near the end of the day made me sound ‘a little’ better (smile). One particular late afternoon, I went down the hall to confer with one of the other instructors. We were the only two in the building. I was there for a while, but I can not remember (now) how much time passed before I headed back to my classroom, but I do remember that as soon as I left the other instructor’s classroom, I belted out a song at the top of my lungs. It was the kind of song you sing in that kind of building for the echo sound. My classroom was almost a straight shot from the hallway, but I decided to go to the office for something whereas I had to make a left turn. Low and behold, when I turned the corner, all of these eyes were staring at a me. There was a full-blown filming going on. You see, the school had given permission for part of the movie, ‘A Handmaid’s Tale’ to be filmed at the school, but do you think anyone told us. Maybe not because I was there when most staff usually goes home or maybe because the actors and crew were early. Who knows, but I know this, I was so embarrassed because I was really singing at the top of my lungs and had interrupted filming. You should have seen the looks on their faces (smile). All I could do was grimace, apologize, and quickly turn toward my classroom where I stayed until they were gone.