I like to think we are learning vs. remembering what we forgot! I don't recall the song, but it's a nice, relaxing - in a good way - song. Thanks for sharing.It has been quiet lately, hasn't it? Hopefully we will hear from him soon.
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And speaking of classic oldies, I've been hearing this unfamiliar tune in the past year, maybe once every month or two. The song is titled "Time After Time", first recorded in 1946 by Sarah Vaughn. Guessing most of the AARPsters know it well, but I don't really remember hearing it in my youth. Actually thought the singer might be Dusty Springfield. Turned out to be Chris Montez. I absolutely didn't know the name, but I knew his first hit "Let's Dance". "Time After Time" was Montez' last Billboard Top 40 single in 1966.
Amazing how much you can still learn late in life.
Here ya go. Kicking from the 35, Cowboys players cannot touch the ball until it goes 10 yards. But the receiving team (Falcons) can touch/cover the ball at any time...their special teams players all had a massive brain fart. Unbelievable!Did anyone see the Falcons game yesterday? Apparently there was a kick that ended up with the ball spinning or doing something weird that made the players just stop and stare. Does anyone have a clip of that? I'd love to see it.
In addition to Helen Reddy, the music world saw the passing of Mac Davis yesterday. who was also 78 yrs oldRIP ~
Helen Maxine Reddy (10/25/1941 – 09/29/2020) age=78
she suffered from dementia and Addison’s disease (chronic adrenal insufficiency)
Well Diva, thanks for asking. "Hi" to all and I see that you're staying busy and some of you are actually doing some positive stuff to stay is shape. I wish I could say the same, but I'm only walking occasionally since the weather has been so hot in South Florida. I know, I could go to the gym but I'm not that motivated plus gyms scare me (due to COVID). That, as well as the fact that Mrs. OWK broke her foot, has kept us pretty much at home. She is doing fine, but cannot put any weight on her left foot for 6-weeks. She has a knee scooter and, fortunately, we have hardwood floors and our living space is all on one floor. It was really a freak accident and she didn't even fall down. Just sort of twisted her ankle (we thought) walking down the last step of our stairways to the garage. Hopefully, she'll be OK with the proper rest. I'll say this, she has great attitude and she's very diligent about not ever putting any weight on that foot. Bottom line is I guess that 2020 is the year that keeps on giving.Remember "Car 54 Where Are You?" Change the first two words to OWK and you have my question.
Diva - Sorry to hear about the COVID situation with your family. Wishing your son the best and prayers are headed in his direction. Also, you hang in there because better days are ahead...eventually. Stay safe!Covid has touched our family. We found out our son has it in Utah. I'm worried, of course, though he's at home. He 28. Had a fever last week but now has a cough. He'll spend the next nearly two weeks resting and recovering.
Well, I have to 'fess up. Yep, I remember the song "Asia Minor". I guess when you're 73 years old, you can remember things from much further back than the "youngsters". In 1961, I was just graduating from grade school in L.A. (Lower Akron).Heard on Music Choice this evening. Solid Gold Oldie.
If this does not make you feel old, then you are still young!
Is that U.S. 62 in one of the early pictures?