The following letter about COVID-19 that was written by a Toronto doctor who is head of ICU at Michael Garron Hospital: Continue reading
Nobody could possibly have lived through the 70’s and not heard the Bee Gees. Robin Gibb is, sadly, no longer with us … but we can still enjoy his performances. Continue reading
The Carpenters recorded some lovely songs but, unfortunately, the premature passing of Karen Carpenter ended that musical journey. They were very creative, and this brief marriage of melody and harmony was (very deliberately) the last track, on side one, of the original vinyl album ,,, which I still have! Enjoy the beautiful harmonies … and the creative lyrics! 🙂 Continue reading
It seems incredible but … five years ago? Really? Continue reading
I have developed a very broad taste in music over the years, but Country music was always rather elusive. Continue reading
The following is a copy of a May 2016 Post from this Blog. There are now many new Followers who would have never seen it, and therefore missed out on a golden opportunity to have some constructive and positive reflections! You “guys” can now have the same opportunity that my earlier Followers had! Enjoy! Continue reading
This morning, my Post included three YouTube links relating to “Black Horse and Cherry Tree”. The final link (at least on Carol’s iPad) shows KT Tunstall’s “Suddenly I See” video!
I went back to my PC to check and I am showing “Black Horse and Cherry Tree”, so I have no idea why the inconsistency between devices. Any thoughts on the matter would be appreciated but, in the meantime, you may have to search YouTube if you want to see KT Tunstall using technology for “Black Horse and Cherry Tree”.