Tornadoes - April 27, 2011

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    Scott Williams

    Thanks for your comment and perspective on Anne's blog today!

    Dean Lusk

    Wow! I *love* the new site layout!

    Smells and tastes are real deja vu-inducing things for me. So are little clips of melodies that I thought I'd forgotten long ago.

    The smell of sugar cookies makes me "feel like Christmas." I have no recipes, but I can say that using lots of sugar is a good thing. :)

    Massive digression here, showing how effective the vault of the memory can be: there's a very little melody part of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" that, for some reason, vaguely reminded me of something else.

    After immense brainstorming and Googling, I found out I was recalling a song from a 70's church musical -- apparently a ground-breaking one -- called "Celebrate Life!" The line of the song I remembered goes, "He's my answer to why, He's my friend even after I die."

    This musical was written in 1972!! I must have no more than five years old when I heard it. And I must have heard it only once (my dad would not have taken the family back to a church musical a second time).

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