Cruisin’

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I got back from my second honeymoon last month.
We took a wonderful cruise to Nassau and Cozumel. As the ship set sail, the cruise director started an old school dance party complete with the Hustle, Macarena, and the Electric Slide.

People from all backgrounds joined in, laughing, dancing and having a great time. Not judging, not hating, just dancing.

For five glorious days, I got to see what the world could be like, and it was great. Nothing but love and sunshine.

Maybe instead of elections, we should have one big Soul Train line. (It’s a thought.)

 

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45 Records

45-records-1 For those of you who may need a bit of a review, a “record” is like a big vinyl CD and was how really old school people used to listen to music. (a CD is how old school people listen to music)

Back in the day, old school people heard a song on the radio, then went to the record store and bought the record (see previous paragraph). A 45 had 2 songs – the A side (which was the song you really wanted) and the B side (which became popular simply because it was on the flip side of the hit song.) If I remember correctly, 45s cost about 75 cents. Continue reading