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Aww, I’m blushing now.
Strap yourself in! Because there once was a man from Nantucket...
Who had to throw up in a bucket
And when I asked why
His gurgled reply
I had to find somewhere to chuck it!
There was a gaucho named Bruno
who said there is one thing about love that I do know
the ladies are fine, the sheep are divine
but the llama is numero uno.
Chocolate covered raisins are just going to look like mouse poop.
Another day of puppies it is!
YEP, I DO. I LOVED THEM SHOVE IN A TAPE AS LONG AS YOU REALLY LIKED IT YOU COULD LEAVE IT IN. BEAT LOADING THE RECORD PLAYER. SOUND WAS BETTER THAN SCRATCHY RECORDS. STILL HAVE SOME I THINK PACKED AWAY SOMEWHERE. NO PLAYER THOUGH. TAPES TO OLD TO PLAY , THEY WILL BREAK. MY HUBBY DUBBED SOME TO CASSETTES YEARS AGO. THOSE TO ARE A THING OF THE PAST. PROBABLY DEGRADED AS WELL. BUT MY CD I STILL LISTEN TOO.
Wow, 8-tracks, now that brings back some memories. Back in the day, I had a stereo that was a record player, 8-track player and cassette player all in one. Then I remember my son loading hundreds and hundreds of songs on his iPod. Now stereos and iPods are things of the past. Pretty soon kids won't know what a tv was.
JUST WISH THAT WAS THE SKY I SEE, BUT NOPE INSTEAD CLOUDS, FOG AND MORE SNOW. SOMEDAY HOPEFULLY SOON I WILL SEE THE SUN AND BLUE SKY AGAIN. HAVEN'T SEEN IT FOR A FEW DAYS NOW. WE MAY GET TO SEE IT FOR AWHILE SUNDAY. THEN BACK TO CLOUDS AND YUCK AGAIN FOR THE START OF THE NEXT WEEK. SOME PEOPLE HAVE SPRING WE MAY GET A BIT COME MAY. THEN IT WILL BE SUMMER. BUT AT 7000 FEET IN THE ROCKIES WE NEVER GET MUCH. IT CAN SNOW EVEN IN JUNE.