Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Extended Musical Interlude

Between back problems and getting ready to go out of town for the holidays, looks like there will be not much going on here for a week or two. I intend to set up some automatic posts of older poems for the time I'm actually gone, but until I get back there may not be any new writing. So, here's a rather disparate array of some favorite tunes to listen to on and off till I return . 








































14 comments:

  1. thanks for the tunage hedge...and i hope the back problems let up and allow you to have a wonderful christmas holiday with the ones you love...travel light & know you are a gift yourself..smiles.

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  2. They look nice and will listen. So sorry about your back! Have a terrific holiday. k.

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  3. Thanks, Hedge. I selected James Taylor for today's listening - I've always loved his voice and lyrics.

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  4. Thank you--Today I decided on "Oh Girl," a long time favorite. May your back pain lighten for the holiday travel and pleasure. Happy New Year, too.

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  5. Have a really wonderful holiday, Joy. I hope your back eases up. Thanks for all of the wonderful poems you inspired me with in 2012, kiddo. Looking forward to 2013, ludicrous number though that seems for someone who was a child in the 50's:)

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  6. Thanks everyone. I will not be online much before leaving, but will try to get to everyone's blog for a Merry Christmas before we hit the road.Thanks all of you for all the visits and support and conversation that you so generously gift me with all year.

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    1. Miss you already! And you haven't even left yet! Have a great time! k.

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    2. ps - I am (supposedly) doing poetics at dVerse this Saturday. (I say supposedly. Claudia and Brian think I am! Ha! ) k.

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    3. Saturday will be packing day, unless the Big Blizzard is projected to hit--not sure what we'll do then, playing it by ear. But I will be by to say Merry Christmas regardless.

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  7. holy that's some kinda interlude, especially the Allmans. whoa baby. have a lovely trip and Merry Christmas to you! xo

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  8. Wherever you are, I hope that you'll be able to keep an eye on the weather!

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    1. Yes, we're watching Mike Morgan religiously. As of ten last night he said he thought we might be spared the massive blizzard, but we shall see. I hope whatever happens you'll be snug near your gaming array yourself. ;_)

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  9. great tunes! feel better soon!

    Happy Holidays, Joy!

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