Saturday, July 25, 2009

Song Saturday - grace a louciao

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16 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, It's lovely to see that you're joining in the Saturday music "making." Unfortunately, I can't make your selection play! Neither with your panpipes.

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  2. Very neat...I called my husband in to listen to the rain and thunder...I had scrolled down a bit so he wasn't aware! Thanks

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  3. Oh, how I love this! A friend emailed it to me last week and it just amazed me. If you close your eyes and imagine a dark, cloudy day, it sounds exactly like a nice, drenching rain! Thanks for posting. Blessings!!!!

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  4. Hi Lynne! I wrote you on your blog to please come try again! I downloaded it through Blogger, and it seems to be working for everyone. Several people have told me they couldn't get the panpipes (not done through Blogger) so I will have to re-do that one. Thanks for trying again! xxox

    Thanks, Wanda! That's a good idea! I swear if you weren't watching, you would think you were caught in a downpour. xxox

    Thanks, Marion! Actually, that's how I got it, too! And I just loved it! In fact, it might lull me to sleep... I just visited your site with your most recent comments about Carver. He did write about the average guy, and it sounds so real. LOVE xxox

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  5. Oh, Margaret--that is AWESOME! I'd love to have a recording of it to play by my bedside at night (sans audience appreciation sounds). Am so happy I came back and it played this time. Big Happy Smile!

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  6. Thanks, Lynne. You made me feel so happy! :-)
    And I know what you mean about the screams during the thunder--they really diminish the effect. LOVE xxox

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  7. Thanks Margaret! I wrote you a reply...
    xx

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  8. I love it! Somebody else posted it a week or so ago, but they had left the singing at the end, which I really didn't like very much.
    This way it's much better. Quite brilliant.

    I also can't get your panpipes although I've tried several times now.

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  9. Hi Margaret, greetings! these sounds are awesome...

    Just saw where you visited over at Mr and Mrs Slug's place, and she left such a lovely answer to us... I love their blog, they are so amazingly creative, I mean, who would've ever thought that a blog by a slug family could be so wonderfully entertaining ???

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  10. WOW! Awesome!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday!!!

    xoxo

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  11. Well, that was an interesting take on song saturday! How unusual.

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  12. Hi, rain! I just want you to know I picked this song out expressly for you! LOVE xxox

    Thanks, Friko! Yes, it's wonderful, isn't it? It's been going around the email as a forward, and I copied it here. My next job is to re-do the panpipes! LOVE xxox

    Hi, Owen! Thanks for the heads-up about Mrs. Slug! She is very clever and so are you! That was a great exchange between the two of you. I went over there and gave her more input for the party with all the slugs and Mr. Lunchbox! They could use their antennae as rhythm instruments! I just love visiting them. Best, Margaret

    Thanks, Sharon, Six, and Saj! LOVE xxox

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  13. Thank you!!! It was really cool! Had the real thing all weekend, lol!
    :)

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  14. Hi Rain! Yeah, this is going to go down as the rainiest summer in history! We get it here, too. LOVE xxox

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  15. Love, love the rain! It is beautiful....where did you find that? I've seen it several times already. Your photos are lovely, especially the shimmery gold water......Love Shelia

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