Words for the Day

Wanted to share this with all. I’ve posted the before, but after reading it again, I want to post it again.

Make it a great day.

Song of the Day

Here’s one of my favorite songs to listening to.

“Motownphilly” (1991) by Boys II Men. I had a chance to see them in concert in 2017 and they were great.

Random Pictures

Here are some of the random pictures that I have on my phone.

I’ve been missing being beat the water. Need to take a road trip to Port Aransas soon.

My brother, Joe with our mother.

At the NKOTB concert in Austin. I know Jordan Knight was singing to me.

I got this cookie jar from my great-aunt when I was born.

It was as a little hot in San Antonio the day I took this picture.

Song of the Day

One thing I really wished I got to experience is going to a Disco.

I’ve wondered how it would be inside, with the lights and mirror ball spinning. And the music blaring in the background.

Then there is the people watching and the fashion of that time.

Here’s a song from the 70’s that I like to listen.

I really need to find a mirror ball to put in my house.

So, here’s one to dance to.

“Don’t Rake Away the Music” by Tavares (1976).

1-year Surgiversary

I haven’t really posted about this in the past year. Little bits, here and there.

But I wanted to post it here to always remember this special day.

Feb 14th — 1-year Surgiversary — Gastric Sleeve
Here are my numbers
Started journey August 2016
Lost 78 lbs on my own
Since Feb 14, 2017 — I’ve lost 82 lbs
Total since August 2016 — 160 lbs

More impressed with how I feel health wise… feeling pretty good. Both physically and mentally.

It’s been a life style change, there have been some hard times, but totally worth it.

Looking forward to seeing what’s next.

Picture – Left side from May 2016, Right side Feb 14, 2018.

Song of the Day

“Here I Go Again” is the title of a number-one R&B single by singer Glenn Jones, which was released November 26, 1991. (From Wikipedia)

Again, this is a song that I know the words to. I don’t remember what I did last last Wednesday, but I know the words to this song.

Happy Fat Tuesday

Here’s a holiday that I like.

Happy Fat Tuesday!

“Laissez les bons temps rouler!” (“Let the good times roll!)

Mardi Gras also called Shrove Tuesday, or Fat Tuesday, in English, refers to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after the Christian feasts of the Epiphany (Three Kings Day) and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday”, reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. (From Wikipedia)

Make it a great day.

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