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  1. Not you! I've had trouble with comments.

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  2. The sad reality is that most singers, even Elvis himself, relied on music that they made in their 20's. There are very few artists that carry on creating new music that makes it into the charts. A few, but not many.

    Nice blog btw. :)

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    1. I know. Elvis looked good in 73. Four years later he was dead.

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  3. Here's a comment to see if it's working...

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    1. Thanks. Why don't you write something on my blog? You love words more than I do. You'd be more than welcome to.

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    2. I DO love words Treey and I am honoured and humbled that you would suggest I write here. The thing is, your brog is very personal and specific and as such it holds great value. You are educating those of us with no experience in disabilitiy and you are offering companionship and comfort to those who have all too much experience with it. To let an outsider in with their totally random thoughts on anything and everything would ruin the flavour (for lack of a better word) of your personal space here in the blogosphere. Keep on keeping on Treey....you are a valuable member ... and again....thank you.

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  5. Hey, you got the comments working... I tried to eave a comment but couldn't find the comment box. I love the 70ies. It was a fun time. I have great memories and the time didn't seem to be so fast as now. I think it's because we are always occupied with our computers. Time seems to go fast when on the computer.

    Sorry if I missed some of your post. I had technical problem with Google.
    I could not access my email or post on my blog and no one could send me emails. I lost all my contacts and I could access my blog but didn't had the reading list to see what people posted. I could click on comments on my blog and access followers who had left comments on my blog but it was a very tedious chore of back and forth... My daughter Christine who is visiting help me get things back on track. She's a smart cookie and computer whiz.

    I have a lot of catching up to do.
    Take care, Hugs, Julia

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  6. Hey Julia,

    I wondered where you were.
    I knew it had to be a technical thing or you were busy working on the farm.

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    1. Still gone from the preceding post though. Sometimes blogger does my head in.

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    2. Tell me about it. I've got all day to listen.

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  8. Your comments are back! I was reading your posts but didn't have a way to add my two cents :)

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    1. I don't know what happened. It's ok now though

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  9. Great post. The beach boys are still the best. My younger Bros, now 60, is an eternal surfie. When the beach boys visited NZ a few years ago he was one of the first to buy a ticket and let out a few tears at the concert!
    I was young back in the seventies, arrived in the UK, worked in London. What a vibrant city .
    Memories

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    1. It must've been greatt to work in London.

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  10. In November, 1971 turned 27. I was into the music of Buffy Saint Marie, Carole King, The Carpenters, Neil Diamond, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Moody Blues, Deep Purple and many others....

    Much has changed since 1971...some things for the better and some things not. In my opinion, the music around today is not as good as it was back then; and the much of the music of today won't be around as long as the music of 1971.

    As long as you are able to continue enjoying the music you enjoy...it won't matter that you won't be able to sing along. You can sing along in your mind, Treey. :)

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  11. I liked Slade. Darts were a good group. I emailed their lead singer.

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  12. Ha! I wondered where the comments bit had gone. And now I can't remember what I wanted to say. But I went to see the Beach Boys last year at Rama Casino, only 2 of the original BBs were on the stage but it was a terrific concert and the scary thing was that I knew all the words! So did all the other 3000 (old) people at the concert.

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  13. You might be interested in this web site for StopGap, who provide ramps to enable wheelchairs to enter shops and other buildings that have a step in the entrance.
    http://stopgap.ca/about-us/
    Started by a young man named Luke Anderson from my local community who was disabled in a biking accident a few years ago. Check it out.

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  14. I wanted to comment on your post about time, but wasn't able to. So here I am, testing 1 2 3. I have no words of wisdom for you today, but I know sometimes the only thing we have the power to change is our attitude, and it seems like you do a good job of that.

    Your mention of Elvis and the Beatles made me remember how amazed I was on a trip to England long after Elvis had died when we met people who were such fans of his. One woman kept asking me questions, thinking I suppose that since I was American I'd know all about him. She was so disappointed that I knew very little about him but was a die-hard Beatles fan!

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  15. So this whole post is just comments? Cool! :)

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    1. For some reason the comments box wasn't working on the last post.

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  16. I was a little young for the big name artists, but my older brother brought their music into my life, so I'm half-educated :)

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  17. My dad didn't see the point in music. My mum was a big fan of Elvis. That's what I grew up with in the 70s. That and the glam rock bands and Donny Osmond and The Bay City Rollers. Oh and T.Rex.

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  18. I wondered where you were.
    I knew it had to be a technical thing or you were busy working on the farm.


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