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Music Monday: Light and Shade, Fra Lippo Lippi
Monday Mayhem follows

... of words, music and images are what I am happy to share today. Fra Lippo Lippi is popular in my home country (Philippines). Thanks to people who put together media like this for all of us to enjoy.


This post is linked with:

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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Q1. What brand/flavor of chewing gum would you recommend to the rest of us?
Dentyne Ice Midnight Mint. Guaranteed to funnel chili oxygen to your nostril. If you don't want your tongue convulsing in strong mint, stay away from it. (But it's my favorite)

Q2. What brand/flavor of beverage would you recommend to the rest of us?
Water from a mountain spring. I never drank anything like that from the shelves. But I have from a real mountain which took 8 hours to reach the peak. Just missing those days.

Q3. Describe the perfect steak (vegetarian's can describe the perfect tofu or whatever). Beef that gratifies the palate and doesn't break the wallet

This video is a heart warmer. Watch.


Harriet hosts Monday Mayhem

Comments

Anonymous said…
I like the heartwarmning video you chose! My favorite gum right now is Eclipse Spearmint! My favorite drink La Croix Lime seltzer! Oh and the perfect steak for me is a ribeye, medium rare, off the grill and smothered in mushrooms and onions! Yum!
I am Harriet said…
Good point about beef that gratifies the palate and doesn't break the wallet.

Thanks for playing!
Have a great week!
JamericanSpice said…
New to these too but I love them.

Enjoy the rest of your week.
Xmas Dolly said…
Really nice song. Never heard it before. Thanks for sharing & thanks for playing along. Hope to see you next week too!
I liked your videos but especially liked the second one. It truly moved me.
~Naila Moon

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