11/13/10

The Answer Is "Blowin' In The Wind"



I was going to post this song as the "song in my head today,'' but the version is so good that I didn't want to change the width on the video, so I decided to post it while I edit my next post entitled, "Who is Everybody?"

I hope you can return to read it, because I...well, I guess I should write it here in case, but I want to thank everyone who answered Tuesday's Question. Your answers are simply amazing, and I'm grateful that 'ya'll" are my readers.  I'm a little behind again, which I explain in my upcoming, unedited, three topic post... but, in case it passes you by, please know that I really appreciate your answer.

Have a great week-end! And remember to pour a little sugar on it...

10 comments:

Sandee said...

I'll await your posts. I'm just glad you are blogging again. Just saying.

Have a terrific day Annie. Big hugs from California. :)

"Annie" said...

Sandee, And I'm grateful for your patience and friendship...You mean more to me than you probably know...

You have a terrific day too~ Big hugs and love from Louisiana. :)

Speedcat Hollydale said...

Annie!

( BIG HUG )

So glad to see you - I am slowly starting to blog a bit again too. Winter does that ;-)
Love the song and video ... very peaceful. So far today, I do not have a song on my mind, but I am sure one will pop up "somewhere" as the clock spins by. When and where, I will stop back and share it here!

Grace said...

Annie: Always so nice to see you! Eagerly awaiting new posts. Lately the songs in my head, and on my blog, have been very Celtic - something about the season that brings that out. Maybe I'm just a Druid reincarnated.

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

What Sandee said... except my big hugs are coming from the other side of the continent! lol

DP said...

Hi! Following you now from the weekend blog hop. Hope you'll follow me back!

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Lauren said...

Can't wait to read your posts. At least your just hearing songs in your head. : ) There's a cocktail party going on in my head. The guests are so unruly. One just double dipped.

Shinade said...

Don't you just love it when Sandee says...I'm just saying to you? you know what she means. She said it to me the other day and I got teary. She is just so so wonderful and understanding.

And so are you my southern friend. You know my biological father was from LA.

I am just thrilled you dropped by the other day. I'm just saying!!

I shall wait and check back for our question. I love your Tuesday question.

If I don;t make it back tonight I'll check back 1st thing in the morning!!
Hugs,
Jackie:-)

Shinade said...

wow..Annie thank you so much for the shout out..you're the best...I'm just saying.

Happy day and hugs,
Jakie:-)

Br Best said...

and I really appreciate your blog =)

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