a cuppa joe
don’t wanna be a slo-mo
Lackadaisical flibbertigibbets go on and on with their gobbledygook. Their argle-bargle is usually pointless causing much hullabaloo. It’s bumfuzzling they don’t feel it should be eeksie-peeksie for all of us. The boring blatherskites would rather share taradiddle stories than the truth. I say send the mollycoddled bunch to the hoosegow.
comments are sometimes as enjoyable as the read, IMO
friends come and go sadly
last couple of years treated us badly
OMG! emails begone – triple digits with 3 email accounts
distractions – best speak loud and clear my dear
I can tune you in or tune you out
strange encounters no and hope they remain a no-show
no boogie man here day or night, but
then there’s Callie, our acrobat cat! crash, bump, zowie
a compelling beginning, interesting middle, and a resounding ending are bestseller ingredients, IMHO. Nope, cos no interest in writing a book
all-night marathon – danced the night away many moons ago
“All we need is music, sweet music
There’ll be music everywhere
They’ll be swinging, swaying, records playing
Dancing in the street”*
my 18-year-old me would recognize today’s me, myself, and I most likely
any improvements over the last 2 years are welcome – peace to the people
curiosity discovers and passion dedicates one to the task – tis me
flaws?! – yes, in time and hopefully not too late
Traveling Wilburys, ‘Traveling Wilburys Volume 1′ – most of my fave albums were more than 20 years ago
Catch you on the flip😀
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*Dancing in the Street – “The song first got popular by a version of Martha and the Vandellas in 1964.
Bowie and Jagger recorded a cover of this in 1985 to raise money for the Live Aid famine relief cause.