THEY WERE A LIFETIME TOGETHER
Here’s some music for it.
From this album, by this artist.
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and Kristine, John.
I am fortunate enough to be celebrating our 24th wedding anniversary today – go us!.
This is my first Valentine wish of the day–maybe the only one! And with the Finns? Squee! Thanks and happy day of love to you and your girls!
Cool Song. Thanks for sharing it.
I always found this one touching:
Also, happy Chinese New Year!
And Happy New Year! If you were born between March and December in 1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, and 1998, then you are a Tiger. Wear red underwear all year for luck!
(If you were born in January or February of those years, you might be an Ox, because the exact date varies between between mid-Jan and mid-Feb. You can find the date here
Thanks for the good info. Great job for creating this blog! Your secret admirer!
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Hearts for everyone.
Happy Year of the Tiger (why does this make me think of Rocky?) ;-)
A bit off topic, sorry, bit you’ve been awarded the Creative Writer Award(aka the Bald-faced Liar), a meme going around.
If you’re interested in playing check here for the rules:
Love that song! One of my faves. Happy V Day!
Is there any better day to start a new relationship? I’ve never actually had a first date on a Valentine’s Day, but it turned out great! I’ll take it as a good omen and wish the rest of you the same success I had.
Happy Valentine’s Day, all!
Romance, Fantasy, SciFi, and the Finns…
The Finn Brothers’ longtime pal & road manager Peter Greene has a gryphon tattoo designed by Larry Dixon.
Peter introduced the Finns, Johnny Marr of the Smiths, and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam to the Valdemar books starting with The Black Gryphon, while they were rehearsing for the Seven Worlds Collide Finn & Friends shows.
Larry & Mercedes (Misty) Lackey are in the audience in the Finn & Friends Seven Worlds Collide DVD.
The two biggest trees on the Finn Station in Australia are named Larry & Misty.
Larry & Misty have been known to dance to the Finns’ music in the living room. Usually slow dancing. Usually “Fall At Your Feet.”
Coming up on 20 years married, and still slow dancing in the living room with your wife… Sometimes, things are good in this life.
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