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Musical Monday: Meet Me Halfway
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'You' in many love songs usually refers to a person, doesn't it? To me it doesn't. At least this time. It's not just emotions I'm putting on the line these days. It's something more. A new beginning of another life is what I'm putting my attention on. Another life? Did I just say that? Indeed I did. Meet Me Halfway meets the lyrical criteria of what moves me to meet a goal across the sky. And nobody sings it like Kenny Loggins.

Title: Meet Me Half Way
Artist: Kenny Loggins
Lyrics by

In a lifetime, made of memories
I believe in destiny

Every moment returns again in time
When I've got the future on my mind
Know that you'll be the only one

Meet me halfway across the sky
Out where the world belongs
to only you and I

Meet me halfway across the sky
Make this a new beginning of another life.

In a lifetime there is only love
Reaching for the lonely one

We are stronger when we are given love
When we put emotions on the line
Know that we are the timeless ones

Meet me halfway across the sky
Out where the world belongs
to only you and I

Meet me halfway across the sky
Make this a new beginning of another life.

Meet me halfway across the sky
Out where the world belongs
to only you and I

Meet me halfway across the sky
Make this a new beginning of another life.

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Monday Mayhem: Scenario Meme
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1. You see a strange car pull up to your neighbor's house every day at lunch time. You accidental glance into the window of the house and notice that your 'happily married neighbor' is fooling around! What do you do?

Stay away. It's none of my business.

2. You are at the mall and a mom with really annoying screaming little kids is walking in front of you. She goes to give her kids a quarter for the giant gum ball machine and she accidentally drops a $10 bill and doesn't realize it. What do you do?

Tell her. Besides the fact that it's not yours, a $10 bill is not compensation for annoying kids. Now I am lecturing, lol!

3. You get an email from a candy company telling you that they will send you 6 pounds of delicious chocolate if you blog about their product. When you get the product and try it you realize that it is the worst chocolate that you have ever tasted. What do you do?

I won't blog positively about a product unless I 'eat' what I preach.

4. Texting while driving is one of the most dangerous and annoying things someone could do. Yet, what would you do if you were driving and listening to the radio when the announcer says that he will give $10,000 to the first person with your name that texts a message to him?

Nice try. But my life is worth much more than $10,000.00.

5. You've been invited to your boss's house for a dinner party. It's dark out and there is poor lighting when you get there. As soon as you get inside you realize that you have stepped in dog poop and you have tracked into your boss's house. What do you do?

Clean it up.

6. You are at a restaurant waiting for your food to arrive. You've waited nearly 30 minutes since the moment you placed your order when your food finally shows up. There is a hair on the top of the food. Do you send it back and wait another 30 minutes or do you deal?

If I'm not hungry - send it back. If I am hungry, I'll proceed to the nearest fast food.

7. If you had the power to do so, what would be the one question that you would like to ask anyone who reads this?

What kind of boss would have poor lighting and dog poop outside his house?

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Anonymous said…
You always put such a spin on your Musical Mondays I love it and this so captures your point. Well done my friend. I liked him better when he was with Messina I must say.

LOL Love the lecture...maybe I should have listened before answering mine LOL You would clean up that poop? kiss butt really well then ROFLMAO

Have a wonderful week ahead my dear sweet Hazel :) Hugs to you and CJ :)
Anonymous said…
Good song...awful movie....

Oh..and my boss would...too cheap to put the lights on...
Irishcoda said…
LOL, I like that ... what kind of boss has poor lighting and a dog that poops outside the house!
Diane said…
haha @ #7! and another great MM!
Hazel said…
Only my poopy tracks, Thom but thanks for pulling my leg lol!

coopernicus, I honestly have no idea what the movie is about, except for my awareness of Sly in it.

Irishcoda, I did wonder too :)

Diane, :) and thanks.
Amanda Moore said…
I love Kenny what a fantastic song to listen to on my Monday morning, Hazel have a great MM!
I am Harriet said…
Seriously, what kind of boss would have poor lighting and poop outside his house?

Thanks for playing!
Hazel said…
moorebloglife, I love Kenny too!

I am Harriet, the boss is getting more attention, isn't he? :)
Awesome and here's to you and your new beginning!!

Happy MM!
You had the nicest answers for Monday Mayhem.
Tara said…
I've liked this song as well, the lyrics just rocks and a liking not connected to any love emotions also.
Anonymous said…
My dear sweet Hazel...I want you to come back and look at that dog picture in Monday Mayhem...take a good look...It's a poop catcher ROFLMAO Maybe a PhD in poop is what ya need to go for ROFLMAO!!! Terrible...just terrible :)

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