So I Think Either God Or Frank Sinatra Is Speaking To Me From The Grave.

(I’m secretly hoping it’s Frank Sinatra. I feel like he might be slightly less judgmental.)

Regardless, lately when I’ve been feeling down about my current situation, suddenly Frank Sinatra comes on the radio/tv-commercial/the sky singing “My Way”. It happened twice and I thought nothing of it, but then it happened a third time today (in German, no less), so I’m officially declaring it a sign. From whomever.

(Possibly Sinatra himself. Probably, in fact.)

This just proves that I am supposed to do it “My Way”. (I refuse to say I “took the road less traveled by”. Everyone can appreciate Frost, but it’s kind of a cliché.)

Therefore, in the spirit of doing it “My Way”, I will now proceed to drink the rest of my beer and watch “Clueless”. God (or possibly Frank Sinatra) is definitely on my side.


Published by

White Girls Be Like

Hey there, I'm Alanna. I can't give you my last name for legal reasons, but you probably won't pronounce it right anyway. This is a blog about various occurrences in my life and also some of my thoughts and feelings about things, otherwise known as "what white girls be like". It's true. We be like... "Cats, Lana del Rey, Coors Light, and Twitter". If you disagree, please comment and tell me to shut up. Otherwise, enjoy! :)

7 thoughts on “So I Think Either God Or Frank Sinatra Is Speaking To Me From The Grave.”

  1. You just followed my blog and so I came here to check out yours.

    Whenever I read of someone reading stuff into a song, I feel the need to tell them “you’ve got a friend.” Not me, of course. But I lived overseas for a while and every Time I turned on the one English station, they’d be playing that song. And not by Carole King, who wrote it. Not by James Taylor who made it #1. Nope. By everybody else whose stood in front if a mic.

    Let that be a lesson!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Maybe England was trying to ask you to be it’s friend? It was like, “Ya know, if you call out my name, wherever I am at that moment, I’ll totally come hang out. I’ll bring a 6-pack and Australia, and we can chill out to some Queen. Because you’ve got a friend.”


      1. That’s the best answer I’ve ever heard for the weird phenomenon. Literally, the English station played it all the time — and always by someone other than JT or Carole King. There are over 300 versions of the damn song and I heard every single one.

        Liked by 1 person


Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s