Some beautiful music for St. Andrew’s Day

6 Responses to Some beautiful music for St. Andrew’s Day

  1. Reblogged this on saywhatumean2say and commented:
    I’m getting so fed up with being even close to nice…..HEAR me Family & Friends. Schedule appointments with me and KEEP ’em, i am perfectly capable of faking and screwing up myself, don’t need your examples and instructions.

    Can’t get a hold of me cuz the catz knocked the plug to the land line out of the wall (called once and only in one hour….hell there are hours left to go in the day. ….DON’T CALL MY PARTNER AND TAKE HIM OFF THE JOB TO SEE WHAT IS GOING ON…maybe for a emergency but….NOT just so you can tell me you screwed up and tomorrow is not the day you wanted me to come over and lose my own day while helping you. GET it RIGHT write it down and look at your calendar or leave me alone. I cancelled personal appointments for this commitment and I can’t in good faith go back and ask for a redo from them.

    THIS IS MY FIGHT SONG! ~~dru~~

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  2. Reblogged this on The Life & Times of Zoe the Fabulous Feline and commented:
    Moving song, beautiful scenery….thanks for sharing this! I have one question, “Bluebird,” if I may be so bold (and you may tell me to mind my own business)….what is behind your blog’s name? From what I’ve seen so far, your posts are in no way related to anything “bitter”!

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    • I don’t blame you for wondering. The short answer is that when I first started reading and commenting on other people’s blogs, I needed a gravatar and a screen name, and I didn’t put much thought into either one. I chose the picture of the grumpy bluebird just because it was cute, and I started referring to him as the bluebird of bitterness (you know, to differentiate him from the bluebird of happiness). Then when I decided to start my own blog, I named it after my gravatar. It probably isn’t the most descriptive name I could have chosen, since I tend to post mostly humorous things; and the fact that it’s a male bluebird tends to be misleading, since I am (and always have been) female. Still, it’s kind of what I’m stuck with. 🙂

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  3. Beautiful views of Scotland as well as beautiful music (tho I missed the point of the occasional shouts).

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