Barry Gibb and Samantha Sang . . .great song!
awww. .. poor Fred is feeling poorly. Hopefully he’ll perk up with the crowd applauding his arrival!
Yeah. . . I really wanted to like “The Last Jedi”. Unfortunately there was zero story for me to get into. The original trilogy are still spectacular and I dust those off and watch them when I want a real Star Wars experience, not some cheap crackerjack prize of a money that may say Star Wars in the movie posters and may look like the Star Wars universe but is devoid of character and feeling.
Thanks Julie478! I checked out the link and while I’m kinda excited to see Steve back, that ship may have sailed already. I mean he decided to leave and now, when nothing else turns up, he wants back in. I’ve seen this pattern repeated over and over by TV stars who are great at what they do, but are yet, somehow, dissatisfied with their success so they drop it, move on, strike out and want back in. (I’m thinking: David Duchovny “The X-Files”, Matthew Fox “Lost”, even Jeffrey Hunter “Star Trek” as Capt. Christopher Pike).
Or, in the vernacular, “Houwse youse guys, doin?”
Awww. . . I hadn’t thought of “Blues Clues” in such a long time. My kides loved that show . . . and we were all disappointed when Steve left . . .LOL
Rip Van Garfield ;-)
The solution is loving, caring and disciplining these kids from birth to adulthood — not shortcuts, daycares, afterschool, camps, kid-less vacations, no excuses. You have to spend more time with kids, not less.
To ensure that children don’t feel isolated, alone, unloved they must be reassured (and demonstrated) that they are loved, valued and treasured — that they matter to someone — they have to know, in their hearts, that they’re unconditionally loved. Then you’ll see this kind of depressed, angry, restlessness that spirals downward into ever widening circles of violence resolve itself.
I bet chipmunk sounds a lot like Russian, so probably easy for her to add to her repertoire :-)