I’m the first person on the top row on the left. My teacher was Mrs. Ector. Still dorky after all these years. What memories of Thrasher Elementary. This was back in 1981-82.
Courtesy of Beth Richter Glover.
Please do not reblog/retweet. Thank you.
I was a student at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN back in the early 1990’s and I was becoming a country music fan at the time. I cut my “country teeth” on Brooks and Dunn who were a rising powerhouse duo. This song is one I have great fondness for its soul and storytelling. Ronnie Dunn is a great vocalist who has a classic tone to his voice. Enjoy this blast from the past.
Today is the last day of May, can you believe it? Time flies by when you are having fun or something like that. It is hard to believe tomorrow is a new month with new opportunities. Let’s make it a great day good people and finish the month strong….now where’s my coffee?
Memorial Day is to recognize those who died in the defense and service of our country. I say there were plenty who died physically and plenty who died spiritually and emotionally. Death isn’t just about the body perishing it’s about leaving a part of one’s soul on the field of battle. We must remember those who died in more than one way today. Those who returned from war must be comforted and cared for along with those they left behind. Even those who died in a different way need love, care and support.
I wish there was a setting that would prevent selected blogs from being reblogged by other users. Personally I don’t reblog a lot of stuff because I believe in generating original content. I will only reblog something if it fits in the philosophy of my blog. There is some value in reblogging because of the traffic it generates but there is also a creepy aspect about re-posting something personal from another blogger. With a little imagination and creativity people can do amazing work.
Memorial Day is a time to honor fallen members of the military in the United States of America. This song by Billy Ray Cyrus just seems to capture the spirit and the somberness of the holiday very well. He tells a great story in this song. Some gave all, we must remember.