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Monday, August 21, 2017

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Monday Music Moves Me and The Moon

Monday is a 94% eclipse in Memphis. While it is tempting to drive a little over two hours to Cape Giradeau, Missouri to see 100%, I've decided to stay in Memphis and join the watch party at Shelby Farms.

Just in case of the rare possibility that you have not heard this song recently, here vis Bonnie Tyler with "Total Eclipse of the Heart."

Keeping with a lunar theme, here is Cat Stevens with "Moon Shadow."

And although this wonderful song is not about the moon, the group's name is Walk The Moon, so here is "Shut up and Dance with Me."

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

#WW: My Favorite Son Finds a Bride!

Do you remember my post from way back, when I was looking for a wife for my son?
The time has come!

Daniel is engaged to Sarah, and we couldn't be happier!

Here's a stroll down Memory Lane, in case you missed the original post. Tee hee.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Tunes With Male Names

For this week's assignment, we've been asked to post songs with male names. Hmm? I can't think of any off of the top of my head, but with careful research and thought, I found . . .

"Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5

No one said this had to be a first name.

Here's one I remember from my childhood that's sad but memorable. "Billy Don't Be a Hero," by Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods.

And finally, here's a fun one from way back when, "Hey Mickey," by Sweet California.

Hop along!

Friday, August 11, 2017


Binky made an interesting observation when he stated that he should teach because I'm always giving away money. Let's just say I'm well rooted in the Teachers Pay Teachers seller's community. When someone wants to start a giveaway, I'm always ready to chip in my $5 for a little exposure. Here we go again, even though the last contest isn't over!


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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Musical Monday's Name Game

Hi, Peeps!

We've been challenged to post songs beginning with the first letter of our names. I immediately thought of this fun one that I hadn't heard in ages. Here's Three Dog Night singing "Joy to the World."


Next up is a current favorite song that I keep hearing on the radio. Although I really don't like the idea of using a child in such a morbid clip, this is the group's official video, so I'll post it. I've recently gotten hooked on a Netflix show called, "Stranger Things." The cute little boy in this video, is the same one missing in the show, and I just have to wonder if this is a predictor of things to come. It doesn't look good for him. Also, the name of the group fits my middle name; however, the song starts with the same letter as my last name, so it works!

"Panic! At the Disco: LA Devotee"


Finally, here's a song for my last name. I've always loved musical productions, so for my last name, here's a song from the 1955 film version of "Guys and Dolls". Sky Masterson (played by Marlon Brando), is in pursuit of a religious lady and has bet all his money against his thug friends in a dice game in the sewer. If he wins, they must come to the church meeting. It's a great show! "Luck be a Lady."