I’m so glad Yukon and you are both mending. I feel your pain – we went through some similar issues (not to the same extent, thank heavens) with Akiro when “his” dog was struggling with cancer; apparently, he is a surprisingly sensitive little nutter and got blocked both fore and aft. He will be receiving miralax for the rest of his life, too, just to be absolutely certain that none of us has to go through that ever again.
Bunnies are quieter, at least.
Good King WenceslasMary’s Little Boy ChildI Just Go Nuts at ChristmasThe Holly and the IvyChristmas in KillarneyGo Tell it on the Mountain
And oh, so many others. I love the old Christmas songs and carols.
I love “I just go nuts at Christmas” too. That song always make me smile.
I think ours was like that, too; it was always great fun to experiment with different speeds (while still being careful not to scratch the records). There was a box stuffed to over flowing with albums and singles of all sorts, and even more 45s up in the attic.
Burl Ives records played at a much higher speed thanks to our old variable speed record player. Sounds absolutely terrifying. :D
If she “gifts” both items to her grand children, they can never play them at her house when they come to visit! I recall being told to go find some way to amuse myself when visiting my grandparents … they were not much amused with some of the ways I found, including bribing my musically talented cousin to play the William Tell overture on her accordion.
Prayers up that you will soon find a job that meets your needs; in the mean time, safe travels and “Break a Leg” to your son!
That was a very different album! ;)