Whatever floats your boat...
** we can make this a series. If you're feeling inspired Post away. Personally , I haven't slept in months, and have been on a music fast, which KILLS ME. Time to reach BACK to where hope lives.
Heres some from my childhood. This man's voice NEVER faltered. just WOW. I have watched this 2005 concert so many times for both passion and quality. …Continue
Added by ThatGirl on November 14, 2018 at 3:30am — No Comments
I remember there was a BEatles joke around the studio. joe paul sandy and jimmy..where's Ringo?
I remember this one! Very RUSH like, the WHO. and with his Bowie type sound, it was mindblowing SciFi…Continue
Added by ThatGirl on November 14, 2018 at 3:00am — No Comments
Hello Arkians and greatly missed friends.
Much has happened in the last bit, heh? For those of you that haven't heard, Mr. Scribbler and I were hit by a drunk driver on May 28, 2016. My beloved and best friend did not survive the accident and I have spent the last 2 years. 2 months and 3 weeks figuring out the rest of my life and healing; both physically and emotionally.
I'll spare you the details and tell you what's going on at the moment. I have become quite the scuba diver…Continue
Please remember to be sensitive to those in other countries who may not celebrate the American holiday.
Added by Chig on July 4, 2018 at 1:19pm — No Comments
First World Problems
I’m here to talk about a very serious medical issue that effects thousands, possibly millions of married couples worldwide. I call it Jealous Colon. That’s right, I’m going to go there. I am of an age that I am allowed, if not expected to talk of such things.
It’s an odd thing to mourn the passing of a public figure. I’m not referring to the “saddened to learn of their passing” kind of sentiment, but the kicked-in-the-gut misery of grief that’s usually reserved for the loss of those we knew and loved. It seems somehow inappropriate to truly grieve for people we didn’t know—but knew of. There really isn’t a name for this variety of grief nor any social convention for comforting those experiencing it.
I’ve been deeply mourning the…Continue
I live 70 miles south of where the fires are blazing in Sonoma County this week. Today I drove to a hillside a mile away from my house and took pictures of the air. The air quality is rated as dangerous. I will not take Buddy for a walk in it and he has cabin fever. I do too, now that I think of it.…Continue
Rest In Peace Sandy.
Tracks available in a playlist now that some idiot reported the full album for copyright infringement.
He's 20 years older than I, so naturally I thought he was a rock god..I FOUND my cousin Sandy's Album I grew up listening to believing truly they were as special as The…Continue
I think this was the same user from Vloggerheads named Phantom Vision, but I can't be sure. If anyone has knowledge as to what lead to a suspension on the Ark, please message me. It is a question asked to which I don't have an answer.
Completely, utterly, addictively, excruciatingly delicious.
Yeah, that's right. I bought the "share" size and didn't share with anyone. Get your own, people, get your…Continue
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Buddy and I spent some time at the beach today. Cloudy, rainy, glorious. Take no minute for granted.
Dr. Thomas Starzl, the doctor who performed the first liver transplant and made great advancements in the treatment of organ rejection, died this weekend at the age of 90. I admit I had never heard of him before, but now that I have, I offer him a salute of thanks. His family stated that even with his monumental achievements in medicine, he should best be remembered as a teacher and a friend.
So thank you, my friend I never met, for saving my other friend, BlancheNoE. Good…Continue
Several years ago an elderly friend of mine told me that if she were ever to be diagnosed with a terminal illness, she was going to dump every food in her house and stock the freezer with her favorite food, Eskimo Pies. I promised her that I and her daughters would cooperate. (Fortunately, her final illness was quick, no time to stock the freezer, which she said was okay, she was ready to go.)
About two and a half years ago, one month after I adopted my foster dog Buddy, I…Continue