A View Near Yachats, Oregon, Taken Yesterday
I wanted to pop in here a moment and thank Sugar Pie Farm House
for her excellent playbill, which has really helped me tackle some tedious jobs in the house today. Like the rest of us, she loves America and wants it to be what it used to be and what it is supposed to be. These songs are about the happy life in American culture, and include Bob Wills (yeah) which I personally had the privilege to hear live in concert when my children were little. In fact, the piano player, Al Stricklin, came to our house with his wife Betty, and sang to my little girl when she was sick, the song "San Antonio Rose." Later, we all walked to his house and he played the piano for us. I have been listening to this since I got started today and I'm still not tired of it.
Also, check out her link here http://cynthiascottagedesign.blogspot.com/ for more nice music, that bring back days of innocence and smiles and the good life in the good old USA. Don't forget to look at the Victorian things here http://oneshabbyoldhouse.blogspot.com/ which also have some good music for the day.
Although it looked like summer on the coast that day, it was freezing cold. I took off my coat to have my "picture took." For those of you who think I have poor grammar--that's an expression that has been in my family for a long time, and it comes from my southern heritage.