https://youtu.be/uo1xgTb-jM8 ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ I absolutely totally love this video and Johnny Reid’s Dance With Me. The moments of dance are so intimate – beautiful. Locking eyes. Head resting on chest or shoulder, eyes closed. Hugging. It chokes me up sometimes. I know when I try to sing it to Alpha Hubby, it’s never going to get..
I know, I know. I can hear that “WHAT?” screech from here. I can even hear, “WHEN was the last time HE seduced ME?” Or “I’m a feminist. I don’t seduce” or “Seduce? Who the heck has time to seduce? Whattaya, nuts? I’m far too busy with the… (fill in the blank).” Maybe you should..
I really, really don’t like spiders and snakes… or mice, skunks, roaches, or FROGS. The Jim Stafford song above talks about a clueless guy who, after a woman hints around about making out and says, “Do what you wanna do” – HE says, “I got silly and found a frog, in the water by a..
This video is the song, “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from the original 1950’s animated Cinderella (one a lot of us grew up on). Ilene Woods is the woman who sang the original song for Cinderella in the movie. Here she’s on the Perry Como television show. Click here for lyrics…
HAPPY VALENTINES LELAND W. LOYD (Alpha Hubby of 24 Years) SWEETEST PASSION I gaze as the moon shimmers across his naked body lost in the thought of who he is and how blessed I am he’s in my life, And how it is this passion is hotter than it was in the beginning. 24..
♥ ♥ ♥ Him: (what he’s hearing): Waa waaa, blahdity blah blah… Me: You didn’t hear what I said, did you?! Him: Sure I did – research. Me: No, I said, “I did some research on (then was telling him what)…” Him: Heh Heh Heh Me: *sigh* I guess the honeymoon is finally over Him: No, babe,..
Music was something I grew up with. Mom used to tell me I came out of the womb harmonizing. It is just something I do without thought – sing. I love so many genres but especially love the 30’s and 40’s Swing Music & Jazz, Rhythm and Blues through to the 60’s, and our..
So why are women drawn to the bad-boy? Could it be as simple as this hysterical 1996 Nissan television commercial – that sums it all up just fine? Barbie, Ken & GI Joe: Poor Ken-wannabe manly man. So helpless in his sweater around the neck, buffed nails and plastic-coifed hair. Can’t keep his woman…