Weekend Open Thread

Eowyn's garden


Good morning!
Thought I’d use this Open Thread to let our dear friends — the faithful regulars of this blog — know that Fellowship of the Minds is experiencing an upsurge of visitors and commenters because we’ve been discovered by a couple of Web power-houses. But I think you already know that and are dealing with them with great aplomb!
Much love,
~Eowyn

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Ron
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Ron

Eo, I love the picture. It reminds me of some of the flowers around my yard and the peace that really exists in this crazy world. I have written a song that I will share with people on You tube–providing I ever get myself, my video recorder, and my keyboard where they are one. I am not a performer and my equipment is strictly amateurish, so it is ridiculous to even think I can produce something, especially attempt to sing something, but I am going to make a feeble attempt. I don’t care if people laugh at me or not.… Read more »

BKeyser
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Yesterday – was a good day.

Ron
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Ron

Eo, I am not a song writer. I have written thousands of poems but only three songs in my life. I do enjoy composing music and have a few pieces for the piano, but I couldn’t help myself on this one. I’m a lousy singer but I’m going to see what I can do. I even told my wife I was so set on this I might even go out and buy some professional equipment. This is a fourth of July song—Here are the words. The Vaguery of a Dream When the wheat fields did sway. I remember my America.… Read more »

Ron
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This was the original writing but I have modified it just a little for the video.

Doc's Wife
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Doc's Wife

Eowyn, your flowers are lovely! Our yard is also in full bloom with zinnias, wild daisies, New Guinea impatiens, and a few slow-to-bloom rhododendron. The peace of nature helps us forget all the turmoil around us. Weekend is being spent babysitting our two year-old grandson. Do not know how I managed four. Looking at him today in the park feeding the ducks and innocently playing, I am all the more determined that he will NOT grow up in a country like the one this one is becoming . This baby’s freedoms are worth fighting for!

Ron
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Ron

Hopefully, I will sing it and put it on you tube. that should be interesting.

Artist
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Eo,
very beautiful flowers!
My heliotrope and sweet peas are blooming and hopefully soon in the cool & rainy Pacific Northwest I will be gifted by the perfume of Angel’s Trumpets, Night Scented Stock, Jasmine, Lilies and the eye candy of Mandevilla and Passiflora
I am one of your new “visitors & commenters” and appreciate the good, hard & honest work on this blog.
Thank you!

Ron
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Ron

Stevie—Just so you will know a little more about me—I am never in a bad mood—My wife and I have never had an argument–not even one of those silly ones and we’ve been together for 30 years. The words of a most beautiful song came into my head the other day and it reminded of a trip I took across this country when I was thirteen. The song I started thinking about was (America the Beautiful) I was thinking about Amber waves of grain. When I was thirteen I hitch-hiked across the country and I came across a wheat field… Read more »

Ron
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Ron

Well, Stevie—you are most certainly not a Putz. I looked the word up and it stands for—Pelosi Uses the Zombis—It’s a reference to her looks and her lover. You simply do not fit the category. However, You have a great sense of humor–most of the time.

Ron
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Ron

As a talking point –I went to the N.W.O. Web site and found it interesting but I started watching a video that said Cheney and Halliburton blew up the golf oil rig.
I found that a little difficult to swallow, not that it’s impossible. I just like to have at least a modicum of evidence before I jump on any bandwagon.
Currently there are some investigations under way looking into the allegations. That would be interesting if this all came down to a Halliburton/Cheney conspirancy.
Have to wait and see….