Brandy

Zombie Apocalypse Music Song Singing Guitar Sing

The other day while cruising through my news feed something caught my eye.

My former elementary school physical education teacher had shared a video of this really unique song he uploaded to YouTube. Not only did he write said song but he was performing it as well.

I never knew that Mr. Nordstrom could sing or play an instrument. (And I have also learned throughout the past few years of being his friend on Facebook that he is an excellent photographer.) I don’t think he ever shared these talents with us while he was teaching at our school. At least I do not remember it.

Mr. Nordstrom and his wife are both teachers. His wife actually was my mathematics teacher in grades 10 through 12. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nordstrom knew how to motivate and inspire their students and I am so grateful that I was one of their pupils. I really looked up to them and the great connections they made with their students.

Without further ado, here is Mr. Nordstrom performing his latest composition… Zombie Apocalypse.


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NaBloPoMo November 2014

Author:
Brandy Reid is a stay at home mom to two very active and hockey obsessed boys. As a former YA librarian, Brandy loves to read and is obsessed with reading everyday whether it be books or blogs. Brandy proudly admits that she is a wee bit addicted to social media, especially Twitter. She also believes that everything in life you can related to the iconic TV Show Friends. No day is complete without chocolate.

4 Comments

  1. Renée Camus
    Renée CamusReply
    November 14, 2014 at 2:35 PM

    Fun! It’s neat to learn things you didn’t know about people you’ve known for a while. :)

    Are you familiar with Jonathan Coulton? He’s got the ultimate zombie song: Re: Your Brains. It’s great. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOlznuyPOeM

  2. Anna
    AnnaReply
    November 14, 2014 at 9:58 PM

    That is a great song!

  3. Mrs. AOK
    November 15, 2014 at 10:39 AM

    I always remind my babies, teachers are people too. However, as I child I’m sure *I* believed the teachers lived in the school, and probably only dreamed of homework :)
    How lovely that you are able to be friends with your elementary school teacher as adults :)
    XOXO

    • Brandy
      November 17, 2014 at 9:38 PM

      I know some of the kids in my school felt the same way about teachers. My family was close friends with a few of my teachers so I knew what their home lives were like. LOL!

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