Originally posted on Childhood Relived:
I had another post all ready to go for today.  And then Hallmark reminded me that this is the day we’re supposed to be all about the love. I’ll be honest.  I’m not a fan of Valentine’s Day.  My husband already does all the gloppy flowers and ooey-gooey love letter…

Originally posted on project1979:
****Update:  The donor heart and lungs are a match.  She’s in surgery at Stanford now.  It is happening. On the eve of one really important interview (that will take place in seven hours), I must write about my friend Sharlie. Boldly she is stepping into surgery-a double lung and heart transplant.…

Originally posted on project1979:
hello all! so much to be grateful for.  my health, knowing how to jump rope, having a niece, knowing my mom’s cheeseball recipe. most importantly, i am happy for my life and for this project that is taking some pretty tantalizing twists. what’s been, well, WONDERFUL have been the stories that…

Originally posted on Classic Confusion:
According to Wikipedia (I only use the best resources for my blog), we are Generation Y. This roughly includes people born in the ’80s and early ’90s, if my loyal online encyclopedia is being truthful. I realize I’m not a revolutionary by pointing out that sometimes people my age are ridiculous, but hey, it’s…

Angels among us.

****Update:  The donor heart and lungs are a match.  She’s in surgery at Stanford now.  It is happening. On the eve of one really important interview (that will take place in seven hours), I must write about my friend Sharlie. Boldly she is stepping into surgery-a double lung and heart transplant.  Right now. This 1979er … Continue reading

Lip Syncing: The lost art

Lip Sync (Lip Synch):  to pretend to sing or say in synchronization with recorded sound (Webster’s) I grew up lip syncing.  This was way before Milli, of course.  I do sing, I did then, too.  But really, I just loved to pretend I was someone else.  Coming of age when CD’s were readily available, the … Continue reading

in memorandum-a reblog

I read this today on a FB friend’s page and thought it was sincerely well-written. Catch the full article by Michael Marotta at:  http://blog.thephoenix.com/blogs/onthedownload/archive/2012/02/13/in-memoriam-whitney-houston-1963-2012.aspx In the end, life is a struggle, even for those who seem to have (almost) had it all — double so for anyone who chooses to make articulating that struggle through … Continue reading

The Singing VCR

The last post sparked my curiosity of the films I treasured in 1986/1987.  Then I thought about the music… Here some of my favorite music scenes (in no specific order).  All of them I watched as a kid during family movie night (Saturdays), at slumber parties or with my sister: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1987).  ‘Nuff said: … Continue reading

Star Wars Lego Valentines with “Lightsabers”

Love this!

Saving all of my love

Two down. Nearly three years ago Michael Jackson passed away mysteriously, in shadow-land ever since several controversies that we won’t go into.  Anecdote:  When living in Italy I bought a M. Jackson CD at a newsstand.  2003.  My musical tastes  were soon questioned by friends and acquaintances.  Now, remix after remix Mr. J is once … Continue reading

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