Tag Archives: Victor Borge

#MirthMusicMon – Victor Borge – Hungarian Rhapsody Number 2

22 May

Victor Borge is as funny as he is an amazing pianist; he never fails to crack me up.

I hope he helps lighten the Monday blues for you. πŸ™‚

Victor Borge – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 piano jokes – YouTube

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That’s it for me this week.

If you liked what you saw, or didn’t but are willing to give the idea another chance, click HERE to go to the link up of all the bloggers doing #MirthMusicMon this week. (Thanks to the creator of this weekly idea, ReGi McClain! πŸ™‚ )

If you should decide to join in on the Mirth and Music Monday fun as a blogger you’re more than welcome. All you’d need to do is find something funny and something musical, create your post, then add it’s URL to the linky on the other side of the above link. It’s easy. πŸ™‚

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#MirthMusicMon – Sneaky Happy Birthday

1 May

Good morning!

Hubby is off to work, Baby is still asleep, and the dogs are out.

You know what that means?

I’m having a mini vacation!

Hahahaha!

Right. Time to get a couple chores done while I have two hands and no one under foot.

Yup. You’re right. A vacation. lol

Anyway, here’s the bit of Mirth and Music Monday fun I found last night. πŸ™‚

 

 

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That’s it for me this week.

If you liked what you saw, or didn’t but are willing to give the idea another chance, click HERE to go to the link up of all the bloggers doing #MirthMusicMon this week. (Thanks to the creator of this weekly idea, ReGi McClain! πŸ™‚ )

If you should decide to join in on the Mirth and Music Monday fun as a blogger you’re more than welcome. All you’d need to do is find something funny and something musical, create your post, then add it’s URL to the linky on the other side of the above link. It’s easy. πŸ™‚

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#MirthMusicMon – Singing Your Punctuation

17 Aug

Ah, the tail end of summer.

The heat is letting up a little, harvest is well under way, and children are already complaining about the speedy approach of school days. I know, because I was hearing a couple siblings sharing their dread at a restaurant this evening.

I wonder how many parents can’t wait until the kids are no longer under foot all day, every day?

Oh well.

On to the real reason for this post: Mirth and Music Monday!

Something funny and something musical, and today they are both contained in one video.

Here you go:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnDZ3a1WoQw

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There were tons of Dean Martin Show clips to choose from, but I thought this one would really appeal to writers and teachers alike. Or anyone who loves to watch two men laugh so hard they cry. πŸ™‚

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I hope to get another post out some time this week. Hopefully by telling you about this goal it will actually happen. Hopefully.

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Thanks for reading/watching. If you would like to see more Mirth and Music Monday posts click HERE.

That’s the same place you would go if you wanted to join our happy little crew of bloggers. Just click there and put in your link. Easy. πŸ™‚

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Have a Great week!

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The Dying Art of Punctuation

20 Jul

ReGi makes some very good points about punctuation. Punctuating it with images and video. πŸ˜‰
She made me laugh…then go to YouTube to watch some of Victor Borge’s concerts.

This has eaten up my entire evening. Although, I don’t begrudge a moment of all this laughter. πŸ™‚

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Here is her absorbing post about not ignoring the comma, and please don’t leave off the period.
Enjoy!

ReGi McClain

Love comma The noble comma. There is no more baffling character in the entire English language. In the world of homeschooling, there are whole units based solely upon the proper use of this tiny squiggle.

Sadly, the comma is being neglected by today’s society. Granted, anything that small which requires college courses to master is bound to eventually become, if not obsolete, widely ignored.

But, People, is it really necessary to consign periods to the same fate? They’re so simple. In the UK, they are quite sensibly referred to as full stops. All you must do to determine their place is to decide when you would have taken a breath if you were speaking. They take hardly any time or space, so even the verbose among us need not cast them aside.

In years past, punctuation was considered important in any form of writing, even informal letters. Since social media became the…

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