For about a week, the Lord has lightened my load, spiritually speaking. I really was heavy spirited over all of the events that keep happening. I really don’t like when he releases me for a time because I lose my edge, get sloppy and lazy. Its just too ‘comfortable’. I would rather be at the edge of my seat. Alas, HE has given me some peace even tho I don’t want it, LOL.
I had a dream the other night: Little owls had made their home on my legs and feet. I looked down at them and said: “What are you little owls doing here!”
I did a lot of research on the meaning yesterday and I came to this conclusion: Owls dwell in places of desertion, empty barns, deserts, (places like that). I had recently told my pal that I was in mourning for well over a year, observing the sad state of the nation and world. I believe God sent these owls to comfort me. Owls can take the desertion. They can handle lonely places. We all need to be more like owls.
May the bastards who are destroying the world be brought down to their deaths very soon.
I love my Rock n Roll from the 70’s, early 80’s. David loves the 50’s and big bands from the 40’s. I love that too but come on, man! I gotta have my 70’s smooth rock and roll! This band is one of my top fav’s. Steve Miller Band had some really cool lyrics. Brings me back to about 1979 in 2 seconds flat! When I was a teen, skinny and YOUNG.
Rock N Me Baby:
Abracadabra…This one came out in my Senior year and my steady boyfriend, who was the team captain of the Football and wrestling team… He used to sing this one to me.
Ernst #KLIMT, Brother Of Gustav. A Superior Artist
We don’t hear much about Ernst. Its all about Gustav. Probably because Gustav was a rabid Leftist and also a sexually depraved person. Leftists love depravity. Facts are facts, though. Both Ernst and Gustav were fabulous painters. It is good to know art and artists. It opens doors to chat with people that are less Eastern European Left and more Lib/Libertarian.
NEW Rock Band Called ‘DirtyHoney’. Totally 70’s, 80’s Classic Rock
This is 70s style/80s style rock n roll. A mix of metal and classic rock. Eric Clapton sound in the beginning of the song with a dash of Axl rose in the chorus… A touch of Robert plant and Geddy Lee. Definite Kudos to the mix.
My husband tells me in the 50’s, when he was super young that he would hear this on the radio in NYC right before school was out and he was so happy to be going into the summer. They would play it every year and David would anticipate hearing this song because it meant school was out.
My Nana used to listen to songs like this and more every Saturday when we had to clean our house.
It’s unbelievable that Justin Hayward could actually sing this the exact same way he sang it in the 1960’s. I never liked this song. It seemed too sad.. But, you can’t ignore the fact that the talent only got better:
2010, (I think)
Now compare to 1968. The feeling he put into this song was incredible.
One of my favorite Acoustic/Harmony rock n roll songs. This was recorded in Nashville, 1960. I love the sound of Everly brothers. This’ll bring some of you back–far! To a time when things were just better. How I wish we could go back before this mess!!!
Isaiah 66:15-16: "For, behold, the LORD will come with fire, and with his chariots like a whirlwind, to render his anger with fury, and his rebuke with flames of fire. For by fire and by his sword will the LORD plead with all flesh: and the slain of the LORD shall be many."