Who do you want off this thread? I hope it's not me because I love it!
Okay, I know this song may seem kitschy but I totally dig it! I was 8 when it was released and boy what a simpler time!
Hot Child In The City - Nick Gilder
That is so cool! Thank you for sharing that with me. If only our world had a man like him to represent us now, what a following he would have!
I watched it again last night with the commentary on featuring the director Michael Apted and actor Ioan Gruffudd, it was incredibly interesting!
jdp, are you a guy or gal?
Could anyone tell me how to get in touch with a moderator? I posted, or rather attempted to post to Cheers and Jeers thread five days ago, and I got a message saying approval required (or something like that).
So, last night I watched Fiddler On The Roof (the movie) for the first time, it was incredible! =============================================================================================================================This song struck me as a good Mother's Day tune. Happy Mother's Day! ...
...having all your (my) children home!
^ I used to love reading his books, good stuff! ========================================================================================================================
“[Motherhood is] the biggest gamble in the world. It is the glorious life force.
It’s huge and scary–it’s an act of infinite optimism.”
~ Gilda ...
Cheers to Rob Rhinehart creator of Soylent. http://soylent.me/#/ I'll let you know how it tastes.
The article was too long to put here but the link is below.
I love a good hearty meal as much as the next gal but I thought this was worth sharing. I love how this article is dated in the future, so ...
^ Super creepy, tis true! If the comments on YouTube regarding this song are accurate it is written about a super creepy (horrific) event.
I must head to a happy place:
Ventura Highway - America
...where there is hatred, let me sow love: where there is injury, pardon; where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; and where there is sadness, joy.
~ Saint Francis of Assisi