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November 05, 2004

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Zanny

Oh yeah! Ga Ga Blogged! Now that's what I'm talking about! That will get you out of your funk for sure! Love, Zanny

Gramma Judy

Hi.
I assume you received my e-mail announcing the new Blog entry. I really
could not put into words what a revolting experience it was, but I think you will get a general idea. We are both feeling more soreness as the day wears on. It was truly a traumatic experience!

Poor little Mitchell is struggling tonight. I don't know if he is still a little queasy from last night or what is going on. I know I have been feeling
pretty iffy, so that could be his problem too. Zanny and I have been living on toast all day; I also tried some soup. I could eat it but I couldn't look at it.

We are so relieved that Zanny did not try to fly back today. Mitchell has upchucked a couple of times this evening. If she had to deal with puke bags two nights in a row, it would have been far too much.

Not much else to report from here. It has just been a day of resting and
recuperating. The Hawks came out with another "W" which was good, and
Iowa State beat Nebraska, so that is good, too!

Take care.
Love,
Gramma Judy


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Stuff I've Been Listening To

  • Queen of the Supermarket
    Bruce Springsteen: Working on a Dream
    (*****)
  • Hold Up My Heart
    Brooke White:
    New tune from our favorite AI person ever (****)
  • Slapped Actress
    The Hold Steady: Stay Positive
    Awesome E-Street Band type music- this one about a fake fight gone wrong in Ybor City (****)
  • Walls
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: She's The One (Soundtrack)
    "Baby, you got a heart so big it could crush this town" (*****)
  • Steve McQueen
    Sheryl Crow: C'mon, C'mon
    IMHO, Sheryl's best song (*****)
  • So Far Away
    Carole King: Tapestry
    This is a perfect album from '60's songwriter who wrote "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (*****)
  • South of Cincinnati
    Dwight Yoakam: Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc. Etc.
    Missing a lost love "Down where the dogwood trees grow" (*****)
  • I Found Love
    Lone Justice: Shelter
    Maria McKee's band was ahead of it's time in the alt.country genre- paved the way for Uncle Tupelo and others to follow (****)
  • Rock Island Line
    Johnny Cash:
    "I got pig iron, I got all pig iron!" (*****)
  • Be Easy
    Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings: 10 Days 100 Nights
    This is one great R&B album (*****)
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