Friday Randoms



The temperatures are really starting to fall in Kentucky, as evidenced by this poor Zinnia.  


I don't have the urge to live in New York City, but this house is almost too good to pass up. 


Unearthing history is something that really intrigues me.  This is quite a find.....


Secret Agent Farmer Man likes to listen to Puddles sing, but me not so much.  Maybe it is the clown costume that just doesn't do it for me.  Anyway, you can check him out here.  


This is my choice, a classic from Allison Krauss to send you off into the weekend, right here.  



Linking up with Tanya today!



Comments

  1. Funny you posted the Puddles video. I was just having a conversation a couple of days ago about why some people don't like clowns. I can take 'em or leave 'em. But, that clown looks a bit creepy. Love that rendition by Allison Krauss. Have a great weekend! And, I hope all has been well with you and your family in your corner of the world.

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  2. Looks like there must have been a killing frost! The interior of the house is pretty nice! And the chariot is a neat find!

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  3. Enjoyable post - thanks. It's certainly a nice house - and I like New York, but wouldn't want to settle there. I didn't know about the chariot find - so that was fascinating - we don't see too many of them, these days. Not sure about that version of Hallelujah - think Jeff Buckley's is the best - but liked the Allison Krauss piece v much. Don't really know her stuff, but the album she did with Robert Plant was brilliant. Have a great weekend!

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  4. That New York house is out of this world. I don't know why Michelle Williams is selling it. The library is to die for! So much light too. Have a great weekend Michelle.

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  5. ...a 7 foot clown might scare me some! Whoa.

    That zinna looks a bit forlorn in the cold temps!

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  6. You had some 'goodies' today for sure. Have a great Friday!

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  7. I like your Friday Randoms . . .
    Loved the music . . . Hallelujah . . . not the clown view though.

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  8. happy cooler temps as the season sets in!

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  9. I enjoyed all the links, Mr Puddles has an amazing voice, I'd like to know more about him. The chariot find is amazing-can't go wrong listening or watching Allison Krauss. :-)

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  10. Temps have started changing here too. Yay! It's so nice to have cooler weather and to need a blanket at night. That house is really cool! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  11. Baby, baby... Love the Foundations at #10 volume! Their version came out in '67, as I remember. Always enjoy AK. and a very Kool Klown! Didn't know they did too much singing though.

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  12. The house is absolutely amazing, and I could live in it, for sure. The historical find is pretty amazing too. I love archeology finds and would love to "be there" when something is uncovered for the first time - especially a mummy! LOL The sad clown has a pretty good voice - just don't look at him! LOL again! Wishing you a good weekend!

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  13. Always enjoy visiting you but Friday's are interesting.Blessings Francine.

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  14. Nice randoms today, Michelle - love the house, especially that library and the outdoor space. Not a fan of clowns, though, and that one is pretty scary looking :) Nice archaeological digs - beautiful ironwork. Love the Alison Krauss song - loved the original, too. Have a nice weekend! - Karen

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  15. so ready for Fall....the cooler weather just has a way of calming the soul....

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  16. I love the townhouse and Alison Krauss.

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  17. the zinnia photo is beautiful though! wow, that townhouse is gorgeous, love it, love that bathroom! puddles has a wonderful voice doesn't he?! that is quite a find, can you imagine digging that up? i always wanted to be an archaeologist, do you think it's too late?! hope your weekend is off to a super start! thank you for linking :)

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  18. Finally getting cool here too.

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  19. i love Alison Krauss. i have always said - if you want to do know what my angel sounds like? it would be Alison's voice. her voice is just too perfect!! ( :

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  20. Those are great choices Michelle. I loved the house, if only I had $7.5 million dollars to spare ;) Never heard of Puddles before. He has a lovely voice but I have a thing about clowns. Alison Krauss has a beautiful voice. I once wanted to become an archaeologist, love anything like this article. Fascinating find! Thanks for sharing all of them.

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  21. Hi Michelle, Listening, on the radio, to Oregon punish University of Washington Huskies, 42 to 13, 4th quarter, thought I would check out some diversion on my blogs. Please tell Secret Agent Man that Puddles singing “Hallelujah” was perfect! : - ) And that house in NYC, the library room calls me! Great post, as always. John

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  22. Well I must say Puddles voice wasn't bad and I like the song choice but seriously in Clown make-up. I don't find clowns scary but that was just weird. That house was something else.

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  23. Still sunny here, but the temperature is slowly dropping. About the NYC house how can it have a .5 bathroom?

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  24. Good Morning...It's been cooler here the past several mornings but this morning is chilly. So not looking forward to winter.

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  25. I love Allison Krauss's voice..and I like the Hallelujah song..even if I am no fan of clowns. Have a wonderful Sunday!

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  26. That house in Brooklyn is pretty special. If I were looking to live in NYC and didn't want to live in Manhattan, that one would work.
    Puddles the Clown? Weird. I couldn't get the video to run, but Hallelujah is too wonderful a song to hear it sung by a giant clown. (Go look for K. D. Lang's version of Hallelujah . . . in my opinion, it is the best of the many versions of that wonderful song.)

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