How is it that as much as I loved the Beattles and I adore Paris that I have never seen that shot of the Beattles in front of la Tour Eiffel? Hummmm, perhaps I did see it but was focused on the four musicians?Bises,Genie
LOVE your post today...my husband is a great Beatles Fan! Love those posters.Happy weekend to you...enjoy!
YOU JUST MADE MY DAY AND NIGHT!!! IT'S BEEN A HARD DAY'S NIGHT MY FRIEND, but just one look at you is like looking at a fine diamond.....this is wonderful and you KNOW I LOVE THE FAB FOUR!!!! Anita
Good morning again.I see my darling Koralee has come! AND I HAD TO GET A GANDER at those darling boys....they will forever be my heart throbs not only for their cuteness, but the music lives on and on...yesterday, I had lunch with LES FILLES in my homeroom class. I mentioned The Beatles to them and THEY KNEW THEM AND LOVE THEM TOO! Amazing how a group from way back can still touch a new generation. OH, and George is my favorite Beatle; those sad eyes of his....WOW!
OH sweet little friend, TEA??? DID SOMEONE SAY TEA?? I'm up for it! With some butter cakes, the kind where the butter is so rich and generous that is runs down your paws to your elbows?? YES!Tea Rat!
P.S. It was FABULOUS to "play" a little yesterday! It is only the beginning of the magic.Anita
Oh I love the Beatles. It is so nice to be able to sing slog to mostly happy songs.I hope you had a wonderful time with Anita, she is such a lovely woman. I too would love to come for tea or hot chocolate and a feast of cakes and scones and little sandwiches.Thank you for your always lovely comments. I am so happy I found your wonderful blogs!Xo Elizabeth
Those photos of the Beatles as young boys are sooo charming! I have never seen those before and here I am the age of most younger baby boomers and flower children.If I want to have a 'feel good' day...I listen to the Beatles. They were guru's in their own rite. (And I did spell it rite, and not right). They brought the 'rite of passage' into the hearts of many, if not millions of teenagers back in the 1960's and early 1970's. They taught us all to 'Let it Be'. Probably some of the most wise words ever spoken on a rock n' roll record. And 'All We Are Saying...Is Give Peace a Chance'...The world is in a mess, we could use some Peace today.You have an awesome blog~
Thank you for visiting my blog, IrinaYou made my day! I doubt if we will ever live in 'Laurelwood' the Victorian house. It is a masterpiece and deserves to be a museum 'walk-through' type of residence. We are making the upstairs a livable area as it was one huge, 1,300 square foot space. We are dividing it into three bedrooms, and also leaving a large area for a game room/pool table. There are bees, literally, in the widow's peak outside the belfry. Which, I am of the mind to get a bee keeper to capture the bees, as I would not want any bees swarming at some point upon unwary guests. But the cost is expensive. They say there may be as many as 90,000 bees in the hive. We did have a bee keeper come inspect the area. We shall see. I have a brother who is highly allergic to bees, but he lives 3,000 miles away, but is visiting us in a few weeks. All it would take for him is just one bee to sting him. Anyway, life is interesting on a daily basis. I am glad it is one day at a time.Please keep posting these wonderful photos and inspiring sayings. God knows we need all the in sight we can use these days. 'Strange days indeed, most peculiar Mama' John Lennon.