I am copying this narrative from the host of Song Lyrics Sunday challenge because I do not often participate. It’s a fun challenge, though, and the song I chose is one of my favorites. I, you, we or they do, only he or she does and the past tense of do takes the form did. […]Read More Song Lyrics Sunday: Where Do the Children Play?
I was definitely in the mood for spring, but then… On Sunday – three days ago! – we had a snowstorm! About 3 inches of wet snow fell. By yesterday, though, the snow was completely gone and the temperature rose to above 70°F! I was able to go out for a walk wearing a t-shirt! […]Read More FOTD: Hark, Ye Heralds of Spring!
It’s my birthday today. I’m now the age of that famous Beatles song that has been covered by so many artists. My brother-in-law belongs to a barbershop group, and many times I’ve heard them perform this song. This recording is not my brother-in-law’s group, but instead an international collaboration of When I’m 64…. The singers […]Read More When I’m 64
As it is the first day of a new year, I decided to research the meaning and history of the title (and lyrics) of this famous song, sung all over the world on New Year’s Eve. Auld Lang Syne is a gift from Scotland to the world. The words to the song were written in […]Read More Word(s) of the week: Auld Lang Syne