Saturdays are for Singing: Wilson Pickett

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“I used to always have a pretty high, little clear voice, but as I got older, I got a little cornbread in it.” ~ Wilson Pickett   Oh, and what heart, soul, and UHN that cornbread gives his music! Today, … Continue reading

Saturdays are for Singing: Roy Orbison

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Two weeks ago I wrote about Billy Talent; today, Roy Orbison. Yup, I do love a far-reaching range of genres, bands, and artists to match my mood for the day, musical or otherwise. Back in the days of cassette tapes, … Continue reading

Fahoo fores dahoo dores

Christmas, Santa, Santa Tom, sisters, winter, light up, movies, xmas, season, DKA light up

Translation from Whoish: Welcome Christmas, come this way!!! What’s this? What’s this? There’s color everywhere What’s  this? There’s white things in the air What’s this? I  can’t believe my eyes I must  be dreaming Witness Jack Skellington’s initial foray outside … Continue reading

Serendipiosity – a fortunate accident.

“If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish and stupid.” – Epictetus A movie about gloves. Or most would say romance. What I truly think it’s about is not holding back. Following your heart. Being truthful to … Continue reading