Flashback Fridays

Foto Friday: Tribute Pictures Part IV

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Texas Photo One
Photo Credit: Glen Carrie on Unsplash

This is part four of a five, possibly, six part series showcasing my former supervisor W. H. Patton’s photography. The first post is here. The second post is here. The third post is here.

Round four…

Starlings Photo Two
Starlings everywhere…
10-09-2008
Starlings Photo Three
Backyard bird bath
10-09-2008
Fox Photo Four
Visiting fox
02-21-2008
Fox Photo Five
Another fox six days later
02-27-2008
Turkey Photo Six
Strutting gobbler
03-07-2009
Turkey Hens Photo Seven
Turkey hens on the bird bath
03-07-2009
Copper Photo Eight
His grandson’s puppy Copper
05-18-2008
Copper Photo Nine
Adorable Copper
05-18-2008

Foto Friday: 2018 Christmas Local

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Christmas 2018 Image One
Personal Collection 12-24-2018
Iron Reindeer & Sled

Foto Friday, local flair…something a little different from Shutterbug Saturday.

Christmas 2018 Image Two
The Crawford House
Iron Sled & Reindeer in the background.
Christmas 2018 Image Three
Santa @ The Old Courthouse
Christmas 2018 Image Four
Jolly Elf
Christmas 2018 Image Five
Methodist Church
Christmas 2018 Image Six
Efland-Forrest House
Christmas 2018 Image Seven
Can you see the dinosaur with the Santa hat?
Christmas 2018 Image Eight
Psalm & Scarf Tree in front of the Fire Station.
Christmas 2018 Image Nine
Psalm 134:3
Christmas 2018 Image Ten
Take if you have need…

More to come… ~Vic

30-Day Song Challenge: Day 28

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A song by an artist whose voice you love…

I covered Darius Rucker, Linda Ronstadt and Susanne Sundfor, yesterday. I’ve posted Paul Durham, Maria McKee, Emily Hackett, Pat Benatar, Sarah McLachlan, Enya, Amy Lee, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Anna Nalick, Sia, Patty Smyth, Loreena McKennitt, Kenny Loggins, Kelly Holland, Elvis and George Harrison.

Here are five more…

There are SO many Olivia songs…way too many to choose from. This song, in particular, showcases her range well. She was my hero as a teen…beautiful voice, gorgeous face, stunning hair and perfect teeth. We may not have her much longer. She is my mother’s age.


 

I was given a CD of her music by a friend. She is my age and such a powerhouse. She did a CMT Crossroads episode with Pat Benatar and she was an even match in range.


 

And, of course…Adele…


 

I like her squeaky voice.


 

This one is so cute.

30-Day Song Challenge: Day 21

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A song you like with a person’s name in the title…

I’m with fellow blogger, Britchy, on this one. She lists several that I like plus, I add Alyson, Amie, Barbara Ann, Eleanor Rigby, Rhonda, Carrie Ann, Maggie May, Lucy, Sharona, Beth, Sara, Sarah, Shannon, Angie, Layla, Mandy, Rhiannon, Lola, Ruby, Lucille…the list is endless and most of them women.

These are my three favorites since I seem to post in threes, mostly and, one is a guy’s name.

This one is my middle name…


 

Lead singer and drummer Fred LeBlanc is a trip.


 

The original video is pretty raunchy, so I will go with this one.

30-Day Song Challenge: Day 14

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A song you’d love to be played at your wedding…

I’ve already had two weddings. I don’t need another one. Sheesh. Both of my weddings were outdoors and music was limited, if present at all. It was just not something I thought much about.

That being expressed, I will, instead, offer you some other people’s’ weddings that I thought would be cool to attend/be part of…’cause there are NO weddings in my future.


 

He’s no Patrick Swayze and she’s no Jennifer Grey but, damn if they don’t get close.

A Day That Will Live Forever In Infamy

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[I was going to do my own post on this but, my fellow blogger, Britchy, handled it very nicely. So…I share. ~Vic]

Bitchin’ in the Kitchen

“Yesterday, December 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy — the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” This Franklin D Roosevelt addressed the Nation.

Today is the 77th Anniversary of the attack on America by Japan. The event that propelled the US into the Second World War.

Let’s just stop for a minute. The youngest person able to serve on that date would be 95 years old now. How many of us have a family member alive today who is 95 years old? That generation is all but gone. The men and women who fought against Hitler and the Nazis, the men and women for whom Hitler was a contemporary figure – gone.

All we have left are written accounts, old news reels and monuments to remind us of the horrors that shaped our…

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30-Day Song Challenge: Day Seven

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A song to drive to…

This is definitely a song to drive to. Back when I had my 5-speed manual, 1985 Toyota Celica Coupe and, then, my 5-speed manual, 1991 Eagle Talon with the racing stripe and dual, overhead cam (both cars coveted for street racing and drifting these days), this song always made me drive fast(er).

“I’ve been drivin’ all night, my hand’s wet on the wheel…

It’s half past four and I’m shifting gears…”


 

Late add…

Forgot about this one.

“You know, it’s been a long, long road…
Since I packed up and left on my own…”