The Water Is Wide (click on the song title or picture)
I Am…I Said (left click on the song title)
I Can’t Stop Loving You (left click on the song title)
Drinking Champagne (left click on the song title)
My newest favorite sammich. I don’t know if samich is spelled with one m or two, but it looks better with two. Both are now accepted in my dictionary in the computer.
Are you ready?
Two slices of your favorite rye bread including pumpernickel.
Two or more slices of sammich ham. I’m using slices of Costco sammich ham.
Some Tostidos brand cheese spread at whatever heat rating you like. I use medium (gringo)
6 to 12 chopped pimento stuffed olives roughly chopped. I used 9 today.
You can make variations like toasting the bread etc.
So spread a thin layer of Miracle Whip on both slices.
Then the amount of cheese spread on one slice as thick as you can handle without making it drip I suppose.
Add the ham in whatever artful fashion you desire.
Add the chopped olives to the cheese spread side of the bread.
Slice the bread on the bias. Place it on the plate with your favorite chips or cold salad like my macaroni salad.
Take your noon medications.
Then enjoy! rdd
Killing Me Softly (click on the song title)
Rainy Day People (Gordon Lightfoot cover) (click on the song title)
‘Freedom Has a Front and a Back’
Our National Anthem and Salute to Our Country
I have watched hundreds of interviews, both for and against the standing for our national anthem and the civilian salute to our flag.
I watch people stumbling around with their answers ‘for’ and ‘against’ during interviews.
So, here is my ‘no stumble’ opinion about our national anthem at sporting events.
And tradition has it, while “We the People” are all gathered here, we choose to share, and show our conviction and solidarity to OUR Constitution and great country, and salute the men and women who have spent their lives for this gathering at this moment.
WE STAND TOGETHER!!!!!
This is not the moment for any other kind of opinion or rally.(period)
You either stand with us or you are against us.
This is a ‘no choice’ situation.
If your owners insist on paying you to perform, then you can stay in the locker room out of our sight during OUR pledge.
You may stay out on the field and stand as a guest, ….. with a proper attitude, and your hands not signing, showing respect to us, and the country that is allowing you to perform. If you can’t show us respect….. stay in the locker room!
The Pledge of Allegiance or the singing of our National Anthem is not the place for you. Ronald D. Drobeck
Fool Hearted Memory (click on the song title)