A few things got me thinking … one of them I preach about every holiday period and now even more so that the warm weather is FINALLY here.
It’s party time right… ? Load up with taxi chits, get a D.D., take a bus but above all don’t drink and drive! My jokes and stories are bad enough. I dnon’t need any more help loosing listeners. I can do that all on my own!
Now a quick laugh. Getting a tattoo can be painful and apparently, having one removed is even worse not to mention the cost. I guess good reasons to have a tat removed would be… um… the person’s name you had proudly tattooed to show yopur love and commitment isn’t with you anymore. That’s a good one. Or even better, how about spelling mistakes! Check this out!
The Music means memories.
Many of my friends (not all) share this feel about songs we now hear that were popular when we were growing up. The songs I play on air (and some dusty album cuts form my own collection at home) zero me in on exactly when it was and what I was doing. Girlfriends, the park at night, bicycles and later cars, bars and did I mention girlfriends?
This is especially true right now. I’m chomping at the bit for spring and summer. (It’s too bad the mercury doesn’t shoot up when March 21st. arrives). So much so that I’ve pulled out my “summer-stash” of music that I stopped playing last November. This jump start has helped me re-gain the care-free spirit that has been asleep in me over the winter. The song “Moonlight Feels Right (Starbuck) reminds me of my first convertible… a candy apple ...
Maybe more so for the guys out there, but your first car and those thereafter are all memories… usually pleasant ones. You remember where you were, who you were with along with the highs and the lows of that time in your life.
I remember saving my money for about a month before I could pay cash for a brand new car radio with an 8 Track player! – I worked for a record company so I had tons of tapes to be company for me and my friends wherever my wheels ended up taking us. Cars, like people have personalities. Reflecying on them is always special for me… I hope it’s that way for you as well.
I came across a video courtesy of my brother Brian that is special. Sure it’s a GM marketing piece but so well done and so true, I had to share it with ...