The Holidays are upon us and for many, it's not a happy time. We all know that the Holidays are very depressing for some, and we know that some people don't have a family to check on them. Many have lost loved ones or have family that just won't make time for them. Don't give … Continue reading Depression During The Holidays
Photo Credit: https://www.bing.com/images You just gotta love this song and the way the Vogues belted each note out. This is another song that signifies the '60s and I hold near and dear to my heart. There's just something to be said about the song writers of that era and the amazing groups of people who … Continue reading THE VOGUES – “FIVE O’CLOCK WORLD!”
Photo Credit: Bing The year was 1968 and The Supremes had the Billboard lit! The songwriters kept writing and the Supremes kept belting them out. This is one of my favorite songs of theirs. These songs bring back so many memories, although I was only 5 years old when this song was released, it was … Continue reading THE SUPREMES – “LOVE CHILD!”
Truth coming out of her well. Credit: Jean-Leon Gerome According to a 19th century legend, the Truth and the Lie meet one day. The Lie says to the Truth: "It's a marvelous day today"! The Truth looks up to the skies and sighs, for the day was really beautiful. They spend a lot of time … Continue reading “TRUTH COMING OUT OF HER WELL!” WARNING: The following photo contains nudity!
Photo and biography credit: https://www.theartstory.org/artist/gerome-jean-leon/life-and-legacy During my reading of various poets, writers & artists, I happened upon this artist and sculptor. I read his biography and thought to myself, wow, where did this man get energy to do all the things he did and accomplished. He was intelligent and knew what he wanted to do … Continue reading Jean-Léon Gérôme – French Painter and Sculptor!”
I choose to believe that all things are possible, not only for some but for all including me. I believe in faith, strength, courage, wisdom, and being honest and humble. This coffee mug is one of several that I have that I drink my morning coffee from as I brainstorm and go over in my … Continue reading “Believe”
Hi everyone - I know it's been a few days since I blogged anything, but my full time job has been keeping me busy and run down. I have missed communicating with each of you and will catch up on the great things you all have been posting soon. I can't tell you all how … Continue reading Congratulations to all 16 Nominees in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020!
Photo Credit: www.bing images I have always been a huge fan of Diana Ross and the Supremes. My sisters had all their music and I remember hearing their songs played on the record player and my sisters and their friends doing the dances of that time. There was the Mashed Potato, the Chicken Scratch, the … Continue reading The Supremes – I’m Living In Shame!
Photo Credit: Bing Images While out running errands this morning, I happened to hear Arlo Guthrie on the 70s channel of SiriusXM Radio. I haven't heard this song in quite some time. Honestly back when this song came out, I thought it to be a little sad as he referenced grave yards filled with old … Continue reading Arlo Guthrie – “The City of New Orleans!”
Photo Credit: Bing images Here’s a poet and critic of the twentieth century that walked to a beat of his own drum. Although controversial, but still standing for what he believed in at a time when you were shunned and out casted for being different or having your own ideas that didn’t coincide with the … Continue reading EZRA POUND – POETS WHO INSPIRE!