Ramblings and observations from the frigid land of "The Big Wild Life!"
YES! This is great!!!
I wondered if you were doing okay, it'd been a while since you posted.I am so ready for the election to be over with!Hope all is well with you and yours. :o)Love and hugs,Diane
Franiam; I love the inspirational aspect of this song. It boosts my mood every time.Diane;I'm doing well; just a little down.I am so ready for the election to be over as well! My brain is in complete political shenanigans overload. :0[I hope you both have a great week. ;)
Dear Vikki,People do have the power if they will only exercise their rights!I jog in place....November 4th will soon be here...Until that time we can all just do a little yoga!Love and light,Sherry
Sherry;We should all jog in place and harness that energy. What we don't use we could share and it sure helps the brain function better. MY brain could use all the help it can get! ;0)
Great video and lyrics. I feel this is the most important election I have ever voted in. It is so great to see so many people turning out to vote early. Here in Spokane we can no longer go to the polls, we have to mail in our ballot. I miss the polls. Have a fun Friday.
Saoirsedaily2;I, too agree that this election is monumental. I haven't seen such furvor since I was a kid.(A long, long time ago!) It's exciting and exhausting all at once. :)Have a good week-end.Vikki
Thanks for the birthday wishes, Vikki. It's friends like you that make blogging so enjoyable.Happy weekend! :o)Love and hugs,Diane
Vikki--so cool, so right, and so perfect going into this home stretch! Back in the day (waaaay back, when I was an undergrad), we all revered Patti as punk's downtown prophet. And here she is, as always, speaking truth to power all these years later. Thanks for this great shot in the arm.TimPS: Before you tune out the election nonsense, you should check out David Sedaris's piece in this week's New Yorker ("Undecided"). Without mentioning either candidate, he pretty much sums up the difference using airplane food as his metaphor--it's hysterical.Here's the link. (Sorry, I don't know how to make it clickable.)http://www.newyorker.com/humor/2008/10/27/081027sh_shouts_sedaris
Soooo you must be staying in the coooool song list?I really liked that simple, and very energetic and creative post.Sooooo I must leave you a creative and energetic commmmmmment.....OK, take care my dear friend,
I really liked the concepts behind her work. She stated in my art text when asked why she painted that it was because she was so lonely. "Porque estoy muy sola"I can't imagine what it might have been to have been married to Diego Rivera, but I hear that it wasn't too cool.talk soon
Hi how are you? I just wanted to stop by and say hello. I don't want to be a stranger so here ... a hug and a kiss for you!I hope you are well and happy like me :)
Snowing? Already? I have a feeling we won't be long behind you. Tomorrow is the big day. Very excited and very anxious, but, hoping for the best.Make asnowball for me.
Thanks for the link. People do have the power. As it goes tonight we might have Obama. There are a great many items on the agenda and he can't touch them for 77 days. We need radical change and like it or not, Obama is the chosen one. Give him hope, give him love, give him energy to do what has to be done.
OT, but you can have Sarah back now.Congratulations, President-elect Obama!!!
I apologize for sending Sarah back in your direction.But I'm not sorry (maniacal grin!!!!!)Happy First Day of the Rest of Our Lives!
people have the power to redeem the work of fools....
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