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One last dose of cuteness

Now I will hush up and go away. But these songs and videos never fail to cheer me up when I’m feeling blue...



This is a short video of the kids just learning the song so you can see how adorable they are..

Well, all children are adorable, I know.

But every time I watch this snippet of a video and see those kind, hopeful small faces, I have hope for the future again.

Thank you for listening to it. It only has one like on YouTube, my like, and I wonder if

The kids felt sad about that, if they hoped more people would like them.

I think I'm the only person in the world who likes this. It won't ever be a popular hit. But...

These kids are bringing a message that is a good one, I think. I listen to this when I need to be uplifted. Posting in the hope this song will uplift you guys too.

Missoula Coyote Children’s Choir, “We Are Not Alone”

Ive been reading up on Native American prophecies, particularly Hopi, and

Keep thinking of the great destruction by fire they predict soon for this world, and the few survivors that will create a brand new world walking in concert with the Great Spirit and respecting creation.

The great Jim Gordon!

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Gordon_(musician)

http://www.drummerworld.com/drummers/Jim_Gordon.html

Love Ginger Baker but my favorite drummer

Will always be this guy...

Making this for St. Patricks Day

I made the stew portion of it today. Licked the gravy from the spoon I used to stir it and wow does it taste good.

Will use the stew for the meat pie tomorrow...haven’t made the pastry part yet.

My first thought when I tasted the gravy was, I need to share this recipe with other DUers because it sure is a good recipe.

Anyway here it is!

https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1012397-guinness-pie?emc=edit_ck_20180316&nl=cooking&nlid=7089187120180316&te=1

He really is. And he is working as hard as he can to help our side.

His books are also good reads. And he’s a great artist, to boot.

Great book to read

In keeping with this topic. It was hard to read and very graphic but I still felt it was important to read.

To Hell and Back: The Last Train from Hiroshima (Asia/Pacific/Perspectives) Kindle Edition
by Charles Pellegrino (Author)
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