Play-by-Play with The Revivalists [To Love Somebody]

The Revivalists like the Bee Gees' classic "To Love Somebody" and have played it a few times.  I heard this rendition first and ended up deciding I like it.  How did I arrive at this conclusion? I offer you my play-by-play impressions: "To Love Somebody".  Great song.  Oh, these guys.  I like their songs "Wish …

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Reach for Me

If this world ever leaves you cold If you're empty, your dreams bankrolled Reach for me If passion's flame loses its hold If promises are best untold Reach for me If you're rocketing uncontrolled If voices clench a stranglehold Reach for me Right where I'll always be Beyond oblivion's threshold We'll dance in fields of marigold   . …

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December’s Featured Blogger: Danica of Living a Beautiful Life

I’m so honored that the amazing Rob Goldstein has selected me as December’s Featured Blogger!
Check out the interview at Art by Rob Goldstein for original content and never-before-seen photos of Hank the Hedgehog.

I discovered that in addition to his artistic talent he also has impressive interview skills!

Thank you, Rob!

Art by Rob Goldstein

This month my featured blogger is Danica of the Living a Beautiful Life Blog

Her writing has a wonderful sense of adventure.

  1. Why did you start blogging?

I started blogging despite the fact that I had no idea what I was doing.  I created Living a Beautiful Life when I left the hospital emergency and was waiting to learn whether I’d need eye surgery or would simply lose my eyesight.  Living a Beautiful Life is my first blog and I hope to continue for a long time.

  1. I’m glad you didn’t lose your eyesight: What caused the doctors so much concern?

I’m not sure I want to go into more detail…the medical stuff kind of creeps me out.  It was the result of injury though, not a condition or degenerative issue.

Would it be fair to say that the crisis over the potential loss of your eyesight precipitated a crisis…

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