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“I’ll Always Love My Mama” – My Five Favorite Mother’s Day Songs

Mothers – there’s no limit to the ways they care for us.  They bring us into the world, raise us, teach us manners, kiss our boo-boos and make us feel better.  571 more words


My Jams: '68

***This post is the third in a series called “My Jams”

Aw shucks, hey now!  It’s getting serious in here! In fact, it’s getting so serious that I had to change this post from “My Jams ’68-’69” to “My Jams ’68” solely because my ‘canon’ of ’68 favorites was getting too long to read and I simply cannot have you zoning out on my blog :) 737 more words


Watch "The Intruders - Together" on YouTube

The Intruders were an American soul music group most popular in the 1960s and 1970s.[1] As one of the first groups to have hit songs under the direction of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, they had a major influence on the development of Philadelphia soul.



Bookends: What if the old souls come back?

Bookends: What if the old souls come back?

By Dan Davidson

May 30, 2015

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The Intruders

By Michael Marshall Smith

HarperCollins e-books… 811 more words


31 Days of Horror: The Intruders (PG-13; 2015; 92 min)

Miranda Cosgrove of Nickelodeon’s iCarly fame is all grown up, but is she ready to take on the lead role of a horror movie? Unfortunately, no. 205 more words

31 Days Of Horror

Brett Jolly's Daily Thought ("Can hypnosis work for you?")

Yesterday I was running an errand to a place downtown and I noticed that this little shop was a place for yoga, but there was also a compartment upstairs that was utilized for the art of “hypnosis.” There was a young man (who was the  hypnotizer) and a young woman (who I guess was the hypnotizee?… sorry) sitting across from each other during a session. 443 more words