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The Four Seasons !
This is one of my favs.
Are you going to be
singing this one all day?
Posted on September 25, 2012 at 02:30 AM in Music | Permalink
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I was lucky enough to see them 2 times in person. Once in Baltimore on the Inner Harbor and once in Naples, Fl at the Philharmonic. Great memories!
Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Flea Market Makeovers |
September 25, 2012 at 07:26 AM
I was already singing SHERRRRR---eeerrrreeeee as I scrolled down. I rocked in my chair with this one, but I'll be singing THAT one all day.
Hope you're having some of this glorious cooler weather (little cloudy today, but yesterday was BIKE day. Didn't get MINE out, but I followed a little girl VERY FAST in my speedy clogs. That must have been a spectacle to the neighborhood!
The PINK PEDAL PUSHERS are the closest I could get, after what you said about the party. I turned that BIG OLE DECADE a coupla weeks ago, and I figured I'd just go back in time a little bit. (a LOT) A bright pink t-shirt and matching plaid capris (not the tight-knee girl kind, but in my old-lady size, though I MAY just take them in a bit, just for old times' sake.
And we've RAIN CHECKED our tea party twice now---both times FOR a veritable flood. The second one came in downstairs, and we were practically gathering the animals two-by-two. I've still got all the pretty polished silver and bright glasses and dishes spread out on the dining table, in hopes that a forecast will be favorable for some weekend, with just a round SUN on the day, instead of "20% chance" or clouds.
I asked Caro last night what if we just got it all ready one day---any pretty day of the week, and went out in the end of the driveway and rang a bit old dinnerbell? And though I've got all these PINK cloths and dishes and htings, I saw some MIGHTY pretty pink-with-orange decorations lately, on tables and things, and I think it would work. Wonder where they get those little pink pumpkins---I don't paint well.
Oh, my---I've sat here and blathered on, answering Jeanne's question of this morning. Hope the party can BE this time, but I've bought groceries TWICE, and all the dry things are all laid out in the guest room upstairs, crom cloths to crackers. We'll see.
Hope you're enjoying YOUR new decade, as well!!
September 25, 2012 at 09:55 AM
LOL Oh you know it ! But thank goodness it's replacing the commercial song "I'm a Paleontologist ... that's what I am......"
Francie Thornton |
September 25, 2012 at 06:35 PM
Well that started my day off right. Since we were married in 1963 I sure do remember this song and I love it!!!
Love you too.
jeanne, backyard neighbor |
September 26, 2012 at 07:06 AM
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