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Gone With The Wind;
The Blues Brothers;
Legends Of The Fall;
The Music Man;
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World;
Beauty And The Beast - the 1946 French version,
Oldies from the 50's and 60's! Gotta have my oldies!
Also, the old standards from the 20's, 30's, and 40's;
My favorite song-writers are George & Ira Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, Sammy Cahn, Hoagy Carmichael, Frank Loesser and Cole Porter, among many others.
Favorite music artists:
Papa Nez (Michael Nesmith)
I need help identifying some songs that my brother Bob played on a cassette tape years ago. I'd appreciate any help, and you can listen to them here:Bob's Music
"The Trinity" by Col. R. B. Thieme, Jr.;
"We Are Still Married" by Garrison Keillor;
"Jesse James Was My Neighbor" by Homer Croy;
"The Life And Death Of Jesse James" by..uh..(me;)
"Travels With Charlie" by John Steinbeck;
The Collected Poems of Robert Service;
The Book of Romans by the Apostle Paul;
I'm sure I would love "Bewteen The Bridge And The River"
by Craig Ferguson, but I haven't read it yet. I'm presently reading
Craig's "AmericanOn Purpose," and it's excellent!
(Not to be confused with orchid.)
Crayola calls it "iris."
Pizza with very little or no tomato sauce;
(I would starve if I had to be a vegetarian though I love my veggies, too;)
spicy at all;)
Frozen yogurt, or Peppermint ice cream.
I love caramel and vanilla!
Champagne for your real friends,
and real pain for your sham friends;
OH! And coffee!
I LOVE my flavored coffees, especially hazelnut!
Hey, it's fake, folks!
The WH2H studios are located here.
Come on by and meet the DJ's!
Are YOU featured as one of our frequent listeners?
My son John
in San Antonio, TX, is my contact person.
(If you're a "Lost" fan, he's my Constant.)
You can contact him by his work e-mail on this page.
Update 26 AUG 2010:
About a month ago, I made plans to go see Craig Ferguson at the Midland Theater in Kansas City on 03 Oct, so I'm making a short trip home at the end of Sept./early Oct, and hope to also get some genealogy work done while I'm there.
At least I'll get to see the beautiful Fall colors that we don't have here in south-central texas.
My high school group moved to Facebook, where I am now a member, and I also have plans to go back home again in the summer of 2011 for my (gulp) 40-year class reunion.
It's a nice little 850-mile one-way drive. This time, I'll bring back a LOT more cheese from Oceola, MO, and lots more Czech pastries from West, TX, than I have before.
My name is Mary Lee (both names together) originally from Missouri. I'm divorced, and have lived in Texas since 1975. My son taught me how to use the computer when we got our first one when he was 12. He's now 24, but he grew up with them since pre-school. (Wish I had!) I'm so proud of him.
I work from home as an independent contractor, making southwestern crafts for the Texas Gift Connection. Most of my work years were spent as a store clerk and in merchandising.
I also occasionally make a business website for friends, and have my own website for Outlook Express stationery here:MaryLeeDesigns
, and my Genealogy website, here:MaryLee's Genealogy
There is nothing yet on my genealogy website except the front page, because I can't decide on the lay-out, and keep changing it.
I'm a dog-lover at heart, but right now, my cat Onyx is all I can handle, and I've had her for 13 years. (Funny - seems like only 12.)
I like playing with sound files and graphics on the computer.
I like people with integrity.
I love my best friend Mark, in the UK.
< --- There's Mark!>
He's done so much for me, I don't know what I'd do without him.
I love traveling, particularly flying.
Also, I like examining rocks, minerals, (gems and jewels are cool, too!) and studying land formations. I took Earth Science in school so I wouldn't have to go through more regular science or biology.
Lately I've been listening to BBC2 Radio on the web, and it's a riot! It reminds me of radio in the 60's, 70's and early 80's, before the company whose name I won't mention started taking over so many stations, and so much of the freestyle and fun left. And so, WH2H nearchannel
195.3 on your dial, was born out of necessity, in Stardust, Texas. Come to think of it, so was Stardust, Texas, but - that's another story (and website.)
I don't like having depression, but I live with it. I've recently changed my medication from Prozac (18 years) to Cymbalta, and it seems to be working well so far.
A lot of people think of depression as having the blues or being down-in-the-dumps, and are eager to suggest that "working outside" or "taking a walk" will make it go away. It doesn't.
Only knowing that there are Promises from God, and having my medication,
my music, my son, my cat, the scent of lavender, and my best friend Mark get me through it.
Depression comes and goes. Sometimes it stays a little too long,
but it always goes.
I also don't like being in the water - at all!
I'm not particularly fond of shopping either, so I leave it to my cat.
She has surprisingly good taste.
Making Outlook Express Stationery;
My family genealogy, tracing my ancestry back to Germany, Czechoslovakia, Great Britain and Italy;
Making web pages;
Making CD's from my LP record collection;
Reading about and collecting information on Jesse James. (I'm from Missouri - it happens by default.) I see this is confusing to some of you. It's the outlaw Jesse James (1847-1882) not the motorcycle guy.
I also have PSP, (sounds like a disease) but I struggle with it so, I have to leave the computer before I throw something at it.
This program was NOT made for me!
I enjoy collecting music boxes, thimbles, small brass bells, windchimes, decorative cans (tins - small ones) and I LOVE the Hallmark Forever Friends Bears. They're very popular in the UK, and Mark always sends me greeting cards with pictures of them. I have them displayed on the shelf above my computer.