The BBHQ Monday Morning Upper
Click the picture for the
BBHQ Monday Morning Upper.
Through Monday, we'll present the final episodes of the Budweiser Frog saga.
Stick with us; there is a surprise ending.
(Yep; the BBHQ Monday Morning Upper is available now, and will be through Monday.)
Hold me; thrill me; kiss me
The unsightly looking creatures near the top notwithstanding, we
are on a mission of love this week. Our theme title comes from a
Neil Diamond song. (Who, in our times, has written more, wonderful love
Not that we're the experts on the topic, but on our Home Page we have
links to our two favorite essays on the topic.
Heck; we have them right here, too:
I love you more today than yesterday;
but not as much as tomorrow.
And for you folks in the northeast, suffering through the awful global
Everybody loves somebody sometime
And although my dreams were overdue
Your love made it all worth waiting
For someone like you.
Just a sample of our Mission of Love,
56 great boomer-era love songs.
How many can you recall the words to, right off the top of your
Good Night, My Love
I Only Wanna’
Be with You
I Can’t Stop
Hello Again, Hello
I Will Always
Song for the
Love Me Tender
For All We Know
Just the Way
I Love How You
Can’t Help Myself
My Special Angel
Leavin’ on a
And I Love You So
I Believe I’m
Gonna’ Love You
A World Without
How Sweet it Is
I’m a Believer
Sealed with a Kiss
For All We Know|
For Once in My Life
In the Misty Moonlight
Looking Through the
Eyes of Love
More Today Than
Could I Have This Dance
Have I Told You Lately
I Won’t Last a Day
Hold Me, Thrill Me,
And I Love Her
Always and Forever
Devoted to You
Colour My World
The Greatest Love of All
Put Your Head
on my Shoulder
Just the Way You
So Much in Love
The Story of My Life
Oh my gosh... we are so very, very fortunate!
The story of my life
Is very plain to read
It starts the day you came
And ends the day you leave
This Week with the Chicowitz
The Plastic Surgery Saga III
I would like to tell you that while I was out I heard solo performances
by John Lennon, Jim Croce, Otis Redding and Karen Carpenter. But
if I did, I have no recollection. It is all a complete blank; it was as
if no time had passed at all.
As I was making my way to the exit,
I vaguely recall shuffling the wheelchair with my feet to make it
go faster. And I recall a brief exchange with a nurse who ordered me
repeatedly to step sideways to get into the car. Apparently that was
above my skill set at the time.
I can see why the Hollywood crowd loves plastic surgery so much. The
outcome of the surgery aside, I am sure they appreciate everyone paying
such close attention to you. It was nice, but an hour or so of it
was enough for me.
Click below to read the entire essay:
Quick Takes on Items in the News:
02/10: Why the Left Hates Fox News
02/07: Liberal’s View of Fairness
02/05: Obama: We’re Just as
Bad as They Are
02/03: The Sad State of Journalism
01/30: “The Warmest Year in
History” — ?
01/22: No Hypocrisy Here
01/20: The Never-Ending War
01/19: It's Still Not Enough
01/12: How Legislators Think
01/09: Free College Tuition –
the Real Goal
01/08: Free College Tuition!