Now for a musical interlude. A local disc jockey makes spoof songs out of popular songs. They would play the songs on the air and then he compiled them on a cd. Many of the songs have a local bent to them, referring to local cities around Boston or Cape Cod. Others are more general in nature. This is one of them. I had to add some pictures so I could post it as a video here on Blogger instead of you tube. All the pictures did not line up just the way I wanted them to but the song is the thing. You will recognize the melody as Stand By Your Man.
At this point I have been shredding all kinds of papers that I have accumulated over the years. I have gone through all my vinyl records, video tapes, and cd's. There are places where I can rid of them for not too much money in return but at this point in my life, I don't need all these I always listen to the same stuff. By the way you can only put so many vinyl records in a box. They can become quite heavy. At this point there are 21 boxes of varying sizes in my living room containing books, cd's, vinyl records and video tapes. If I didn't mention it, my landlords are going to renovate my apartment on the first floor and move downstairs. I will go live with my sister for a few months (I hope) then I can move back upstairs, which is much nicer than this apartment. I can't wait for this to be started and finished. Hopefully I will be back in August or September, fingers crossed.
Well it's getting close to bedtime. I work 3 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. I can't wait for that to be completely over in another year. And though things are a bit topsy turvey at the moment I told Arlene that we are going back to Martha's Vineyard this Spring. I am in love with the place and wish I could afford to live there. It's hard enough living around here. The house next to the house I grew up in is for sale. It's similar to our family house which my other sister lives in, is on the market for $550.000. It's similar to ours, two story, seven room house. Yikes! My parents bought it in 1960 for $13,000. I love the Boston area but it's one of the most expensive area's to live in the country. Well that's enough babbling for now.
I'm outta here.