I wasn’t sure if I was going to go back to any sort of regular posts, or just special things and music and such. I’m still not sure about that. But I figured I’d do something nice and give you a double dose of music today. Here’s the third part of the 2004 chart: Positions […]
Archive for November, 2004
As promised, here are some photos of the holiday decorations around the Shenandoah Forester.
Here’s the second part of the 2004 chart: Positions 40-31. All samples are FM quality, in Real Audio format (all around 300K each). Position Song/Artist 40. A Season In Your Path – Wayne Watson 39. Loved – Kim Wilde 38. Save My Pride – Alcazar 37. We Will Meet Again – Oleta Adams 36. Unspeakable […]
Roxette Bunny hopped up on the sofa that afternoon. “John,” she said, “I’m quite concerned about the renovations that are happening. Have you given any thought to the fact that if you continue at the pace you have set, you will not only be an old man by the time the kitchen is done, but […]
Here’s the first part of the 2004 chart: Positions 50-41. All samples are FM quality, in Real Audio format (all around 300K each). Position Song/Artist 50. Is There Anybody Here But Me? – Laura Branigan 49. Where Are You Now? – 2 Unlimited 48. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word – Elton John 47. […]
I’m putting together the Top 50 songs I’ve listened to in 2004, some stretching back as far as the 80s, with tracks from Bosson, Elton John, Kosheen, Celine Dion, Alcazar, and more. Samples will be made available in Real Audio format. Stay tuned.
and I’m not going ANYWHERE near a store. (Well, not at least, until this evening at the earliest.) How was everyone’s turkey day? The first half of mine was good, the second half (to be shared with my own parents) will take place this afternoon. I think that the blog is going to take a […]
There are so many different things to be thankful for; I thought I’d share a few with you. 1. I’m thankful that, through power of prayer, my Grandmother has had her spinal pull and third blood work come back cancer free. All three sets of blood work were done by the same company, and while […]
1. Farewell, farewell, farewell, my friends, I must be gone, I have no home or stay with you; I’ll take my staff and travel on, Till I a better world can view. I’ll march to Canaan’s land, I’ll land on Canaan’s shore, Where pleasures never end, and troubles come no more. Farewell, farewell, farewell my […]
Goodbye My Friend Written by Karla Bonoff Copyright 1988 Seagrape Music (recorded by Karla Bonoff, also recorded by Linda Ronstadt) Oh we never know where life will take us We know it’s just a ride on the wheel And we never know when death will shake us And we wonder how it will feel So […]
First CD in quite a while: Shut Up And Drive 1. Forever – Queen 2. To France – Mike Oldfield 3. I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free – Sharlene Hector 4. (Reach Up For The) Sunrise – Duran Duran 5. La Luna – Matt Bianco 6. Pop!ular – Darren Hayes 7. […]
It looks like my remaining grandmother has had a recurrance of her Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma (NHL). If this is so (and we’ll know by Monday), then either she will have to start chemotherapy, or her time here is limited. It’s been seven years since she completed chemotherapy for her bout with NHL. You know the stories […]
Thanks to Dave, I found the following: WELCOME TO BIG BROTHER. And all this time all you Dubya Supporters thought I was nothing but a moonbat for suggesting that he might be like Hitler. I rest my case.
Food Network used to use Kosheen’s “Hungry” as a jingle. Now they use one using the line “Come taste life….” is this an actual song, or just something they had created for their network?
but have to come back and share some good news. PoloRandy’s father was diagnosed with having a malfunctioning pacemaker (at 92). If they had to replace just he unit, it would bascially be an outpatient operation. If they had to replace the leads as well, that would mean stopping his heart, which would have been […]
I’ve held off on saying anything about the election. While I think that John Kerry was not the best candidate to vote, and even if you were part of the minority who voted for Bush (face it, if Bush won with 51% of the vote to 48% of the vote to Kerry, that means that […]
TOPFIVE.COM’S LITTLE FIVERS — FOOD http://www.topfive.com/fivers.shtml ================================================================== November 4, 2004 The Top 9 Signs You’re Being Stalked by a Baker 9> He keeps leaving flours in your mailbox. 8> That suspicious burning bag on your front porch? Chocolate chip cookie dough. 7> You keep getting anonymous phone calls of heavy breathing interrupted by, “Hold on, […]
A teacher asked her students to draw a picture of their favorite Old Testament story, and as she moved around the class, she saw there were many wonderful drawings being done. Then she came across Johnny who had drawn a man driving an old car. In the back seat was a scantily-clad man and woman. […]
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In a trial, a Southern small town prosecuting attorney called his first witness to the stand; a grandmotherly, elderly woman. He approached her and asked, “Mrs. Jones, do you know me?” She responded, “Why, yes I do know you, Mr. Williams. I’ve known you since you were a young boy, and frankly, you’ve been a […]
VOTE. I don’t care if you vote for Kerry or Bush. Just do your American Duty (if you’re eligible) and vote.
Thankfully, between blacklist and WP, I’ve been able to bulk delete 400 comments from spammers. You’d think they’d get the hint. Better yet, I think we need a program that bombs their machine when they attempt to spam the blogs. Ideas anyone?