Month: January 2021

Daily Thankfulness

In 1990 M.C. Hammer released his biggest hit song:  Pray.  This song was fantastic in so many ways.  It’s motivational, energetic and still relevant, especially in the world we live in today.  If you don’t know the song or haven’t heard it in a while, re-visit it on YouTube. ...

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The Oldies Vault: Get Love Happy!

With Valentine’s Day fast tracking around the bend, it’s time to step into the Oldies Vault for some fun, upbeat, just plain “love happy” music. So many songs, especially in the 50’s, told us stories.  The Ray’s, Silhouettes is about a jealous lover who “thinks” he sees...

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Winter Reading: Let Nature Entertain You!

Get the most out of winter.  With so many folks working from home or just staying home due to the pandemic, here are some book ideas that can enhance your “stay at home” life-style by honing in on all that nature has to offer. Bird watching used to be for old fuddy duddies...

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Fantastic Cinnamon

In 1969 Tommy Roe sang “Cinnamon – let me in!”   While he may have been talking to his girlfriend, I’m telling you to let the spice, Cinnamon, into your pantry.  Cinnamon is one of the most beneficial spices in the world. Cinnamon is made by cutting the stems of the Cinnamomum...

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Interview with Ellen Byron & Maria DiRico

It’s a double good time when I get to interview two great authors rolled into one!  Yes, I’m talking about Ellen Byron, author of Cajun Country Mysteries and who is also Maria DiRico, author of the Catering Hall Mystery series.  No matter which series you read and enjoy...

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MOVE IT! Workout Oldies from the Vault

No two ways about it – last year was a rough year.  Time to lose that 2020 stress through exercise and fitness regimes.  Whether you choose outside activities such as walking, running, biking — or staying indoors doing stretches, weights, yoga, etc., music will...

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