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Hard habit to break

Musical Monday: Hard habit to break
Monday Mayhem follows

All these excellent male artists in the world. It's hard to choose a fave from among them. I decided on someone I saw live not long ago. Here's Peter Cetera of Chicago. 

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XmasDolly of XmasDolly, Lori of Shewbridges of Central Florida, Larry of Cakeblast, and Callie of JAmerican Spice


Denise @ Run DMT hosts Music Monday Blog Hop

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MONDAY MAYHEM
1. Are you concerned at all with the possibility that radiation leaks could head your way?
Better ready just in case than wake up sorry.

2. What is the one thing that you will always go cheap on?
Anything I don't want to keep

3. What would you buy that price would have no limit?
Necessities for the kiddo

4. Name a TV show that could be about the stupidest thing ever.
Haven't watched any since 2004

5. What is the strangest thing you have ever eaten?
When I got used to wasabi it wasn't strange anymore

6. If it were really hot out and you were at the beach, would you go in the water even if it was dirty or full of jellyfish? Nope

7. Can you teach old dogs new tricks or is it just not worth the effort?
Why bother

8.What makes comfort foods taste so good?
The illusion of forgetting troubles

9. How do you like your steak cooked?
Usually well-done but if it's choice beef rare is ok

10. Have you ever stepped on something and had it stuck in your foot?
A tack. The pain I could stand for few seconds, the horror was murder.

11. We're looking for viral video theme ideas. What's your best idea for a viral video day?
Something off the insane minds of Jane Austen addicts (like me, ops)

12. What is your twitter handle? Can we follow you?
Forgot it now. The only time I did twitter was when I had to familiarize myself with some FAS (Federation of American Scientists) research bits.

Harriet hosts Monday Mayhem

Comments

Anonymous said…
Great choice of music. Really enjoyed that. Love your answer about why bother with dogs. Hope you and CJ are well
Hazel said…
Wowowee Thom! What a nice surprise! CJ and I are well, thank you. We love you :)
Xmas Dolly said…
Ahhhh Take me back to my youth! Love it! They have wonderful voices don't they? Thanks for playing along hope to see you next week too!
Mama Zen said…
Jellyfish! Ugh!
Classic NYer said…
What a great voice! Thanks for sharing.
I remember seeing Chicago in concert! great choice!!!
I am Harriet said…
I know all too well that tack pain. It's a lot like the Lego pain :)

Thanks for playing! Have a great week.
JamericanSpice said…
Very nice!
Brings back memories.

Thanks for sharing with us.

Aloha!
Stacy Uncorked said…
LOVE Chicago! I haven't heard that in so long - thanks for all the awesome memories! ;)

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