Midweek Music; Week-Long Celebration

The birthday celebration continues! The tour of the Bridgeport Brew Pub was a lot of fun. It was great to know that a business I support is well-worth supporting, and not just because they craft some of the best ales around. Sustainability, along with “reduce, re-use, recycle,” is a daily operation in the company and I got to see it first-hand.

The food was excellent, as were the accompanying drinks. The “Bridge Sampler” is highly recommended by yours truly.

Heading out to see a movie today. Take a guess at which one I’m going to see.

Enjoy the pictures and the music.


Frosty First Day of Spring

The Spring Equinox came in on a cold front this year! Frost on the grass and the rooftops makes it look more like a Winter Solstice morning than the first day of spring.

The sun has entered my sign of Aries; also, today marks International Astrology Day. My week-long birthday celebration continues with dinner and a movie tomorrow, and a behind-the-scenes tour at the Bridgeport Brew Pub on Friday. Looking forward to both, for sure.

Blessed Ostara, everyone. Enjoy these three songs to celebrate the first full day of Spring.

Some Songs on Sunday

The spring rains are returning and my week-long birthday celebration has commenced. Enjoy these five choice Sunday songs.


Friday Fun: 5 Songs

Here are five excellent songs to start this weekend with some righteous rocking and rolling.


Three Songs On Sunday (Re-blogged)

Re-blogging these three songs on this short Sunday.


Eyrie Of An Aries

Doing some writing and gaming today since I’ll be busy doing my “Day of Service” tomorrow.

Enjoy these three Sunday songs.

I’ll be back on Tuesday.

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5 On Friday: The B-52’s

For this “Five on Friday” post, I offer up five songs by the B-52’s to get the weekend off to a fun-filled start.


Good-Bye, 2016: Year-End Round-Up (Re-blogged)

I used to write longer posts. One of those was my year-end roundup of 2016.


Eyrie Of An Aries

Well, this year is drawing to a close. In some parts of the world, it is already 2017. It isn’t quite noon in my neck of the woods, however, so there are still 13 hours left in what has been a year of sorrow. Still, it has had many joyful moments – for me and mine, at least!
I’m thankful to have not suffered any personal losses; for the health problems some of my family members have, they are still here – and I’m very happy and grateful for that. So, I’m starting off with the celebrity deaths that impacted me the most, which is my disclaimer for not mentioning every single one who passed – it’s quite a long list as it is, and I dedicated entire blog-posts to the most notable ones.

Natalie Cole: technically, she passed away on 31 December 2015, but her death wasn’t announced…

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3 Songs On Sunday

The weather has been clear and cold over the past few days. Made for some nice viewing of the full moon, but some plants and trees which started blooming too early are now covered with dead blossoms.

This should be the last cold snap of the season in my neck of the woods. There were very few over the winter, thankfully!

I have my writings done; time for gaming. Enjoy these three songs on this Sunday.

The Day the Music Died

No, this post isn’t about the song “American Pie” by Don McLean.

It is a good song, but has been re-made and overplayed too many times for me to play it here. I don’t mind when it comes on the radio.

The receiver died today after limping along for a week. I knew that it was on its last legs, and it finally gave up the ghost.

Can’t play the radio or watch television with surround sound for now.

Time to start looking for a new sound system! Good thing we can afford one of quality.

I don’t do Wal-Mart, Kmart, Tar-ghey, or any of those other cheap-ass places that cater to trailer trash.

Ross Dress for Less is the only “discount” place I do. They have decent stuff on the rack, once in a great while.

Full Moon Thursday: 1 March 2018

I re-packaged this post from June of 2017 since I couldn’t re-blog it again.

Spring is just around the corner! I love the cycle of the seasons and always feel rejuvenated when winter gives way to springtime.


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