Sadly, I no longer need the earplugs.
Hey, I like that Andy Williams (1927-2012; would’ve been 94 on 3 December) song too!
At the school Christmas program, when we sang, they told me to stand behind the piano and just move my mouth.
Nelson: “Can I get some earplugs for Christmas too, Grandpa?”
Earl that is the nice thing about the Radio ! You just change the station to hear what you want ;-)
When I was in the military my friend and I were singing in a bar and the bartender gave us a free beer to keep quiet, true story!
But with your memory, Earl, how do you know when to take the earplugs out?
Saying on news, because of the fast spreading of omicron, NOT to gather for Christmas and NOT break out in song.
Oh crud, I am Opal
Andy Williams is fine, but let’s not let that little drummer brat loose in here.
You can try autotune or AirPods.
“Gay happy meetings”? Is there something about Grandma we don’t know?
I love Christmas songs
Thanks for the TIP..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’m not a big Christmas song fan, but I do like Jingle bell rock.
My grandmother used to hum and sing as she went thru her day. I miss it.
The tie needs new batteries for the lights and music box.
Good ole Earl…always on the ball!
Thanks to Staples, that will always be a back-to-school song.
Whoops Opal! “Gay” means only one thing these days.
I’m at mom’s for the holidays. She’s 88, completely deaf in one ear, & has partial hearing loss in the other. After the first evening gritting my teeth at the loudness of her TV & being left with a headache & my ears ringing, I ordered earplugs online. Thanks, Amazon!
‘Gay happy meetings’?
Only I sing is with radio on, I listen to dispatch mostly. Tomorrow Christmas eve may have radio on for Christmas music.
I thought Earl wore hearing aids?
I’m sure Opal has a lovely voice.
The 12th thing at Christmas that’s such a pain to me.
Is Earl going to wear a tie and sweater at the same time?
I work retail, and several years ago, I invented a device for the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas: inconspicuous earbuds that would filter out the obnoxious, repetitive Christmas music but allow me to hear customers and coworkers just fine.