Friday Randoms



This morning I awoke to the realization that one more person had taken their life.  If you are thinking that you cannot go on in life anymore, please call here.    You are important, needed, and valued.  


If you loved the Bee Gees back in the day, and who didn't, then you will enjoy this.  


Thinking about a fall vacation?  Well just click here for some ideas.  


Moonshine day is a thing and you deserve the straight facts.  


Leaving you with a repeat from Tuesday.  Good stuff, right here.  


Linking up with Tom today, pay him a visit, won't you?!  









Comments

  1. Those are the cutest BeeGees ever!
    I just talked to someone who took a train vacation and said it was the best vacation ever!

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  2. ...what a waste.
    ...I'm sorry I'll pass.
    ...what trips!
    ...everything has its day!
    ...turn up the bass.
    Thanks for stopping by, have a great weekend.

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  3. Love the photo...it is genuinely serene and thus healing to the soul.

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  4. Good message Michelle . . .
    If you are thinking that you cannot go on in life anymore, please call here.
    You are important, needed, and valued.

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  5. I loved (and still love) the Bee Gee's; but those kids kind of freaked me out :)
    I've always wanted to do a train trip; seems romantic.
    I can't do moonshine, but I do appreciate the art of it. :)
    Now i've got that song in my head! I love it, so it Could be worse. Have a great weekend!

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  6. So sad when someone takes their own life.
    Yes, I liked the Bee Gees. : )

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  7. Hello, I used to love the Bee Gees songs. It is sad about the recent loss of celebrities, taking their own lives. You never know what someone is going through or how they are feeling. Enjoy your day and weekend!

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  8. Hi Michelle, Another neat set of Friday Randoms here. I too have been so sorry to hear about Anthony Bourdain’s death. Isn’t it incredible that one may appear to have so much together and yet be so despondent to take their own life. The older I get the more I realize how difficult it is to read what is going on in another individual’s life.

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  9. I'm also devastated by the loss of Anthony Bourdain. We absolutely adored him and his show, he took us around the world and introduced us to places we'll never see and people we'd never meet were it not for him. I cannot imagine what would cause him to do what he did with a gf who loved him and an 11 year old daughter who needed him. ::sigh::

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  10. The sight of an old barn is a beautiful thing!

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  11. You always offer such wonderful links, but I am leaving for Norway today and am short of time. I'll have to catch up when I get back.

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