Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any day.

Twisted

The headbands are happening. I’m nearly halfway finished with the first one.

Double Rainbow

This is the reason the Cardinals game was delayed.

Chickpea and Sweet Potato Curry

This is what we had for dinner. It’s Chickpea & Sweet Potato Curry, it’s vegan, and it’s incredible. (We’re really loving Veggie Meal-Maker.) Carroll, this is the type of thing I picture you making for the vegan gang at Thanksgiving. I would eat a bucket of this before I would consider touching tofurky.

When I was 20 years old, I went to the mall record store where my friend worked in Columbia, Missouri. I told ┬áhim that I felt the need to purchase my very first New Age CD. He reached behind the counter and grabbed Ray Lynch’s Deep Breakfast, and it’s all I listened to for the next few months. This evening I found it, I put it in the CD player, and I couldn’t even get through the first song, mainly because I like the Blondie version much better.

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9 thoughts on “Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any day.”

  1. Oh. My. Stars.

    Angela Pudding, I have been trying to remember the name of that song for at least 10 years. One of my teachers in seventh grade made us lay on the floor with our eyes closed listening to that song at least once a week. I think perhaps we made her weary. I’ve been thinking it was called “Mystic Popcorn.”

  2. When I was nineteen I bought my first “new age” CDs. George Winston’s December to chill out to, and one of Enya’s to put me to sleep at night (like a musical valeria root, I don’t know if I ever listened to more than the first couple of songs because I was then asleep and I didn’t like the music while conscious). To this day, December and the peanut’s christmas album set the winter cozy mood for me.

  3. Last year for his birthday, I took my husband to a Blondie concert at a nearby casino–he loved it!

    ( I know, totally unrelated to everything but I felt the need to share my “Blondie”news)

  4. Ha! It’s like Muzak. I do like the dolphins, though. Musically I prefer Blondie. BUT – I guess I listen to more “new age” than I realized because I love Enya, and George Winston. I was pretty stressed out in my college days (or at least I thought I was).

  5. The first version made me want to hurl myself into the ocean. An ocean devoid of adorable dolphins. I love Blondie, but that was awful. Also, being in Springfield, IL, we had some of the same weather that held up the Cardinals game, but we did not get the rainbow, and I feel slighted. Thanks for sharing. Also, how do your girls not gag at that meal? My daughter would have NOTHING of the sort, but I would love to covertly broaden her culinary horizons.

  6. I only made it through 1:27 of the first version of that song…and then I wanted to slit my wrists (not literally, but close)…and the scenery is totally my thing. Definitely prefer the Blondie version.

  7. The curry looks yummy! I will have to get the recipe. Love the red on the headband. How much would you charge for one of those?

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