#1LinerWeds from Allan Sherman

Before The Beatles came along, Allan Sherman was my favorite recording artist. In fact, he was tremendously popular in the early Sixties with his parodies of popular tunes. Then, along came The British Invasion, and his records were shoved out of the limelight. (One of his last recordings was “Pop Hates The Beatles.”) He died ten days shy of his 49th birthday while playing the piano and entertaining friends.


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#1LinerWeds from Konrad Adenauer

Deborah Weber, who’s doing the A to Z Challenge, used this line in her post for the letter “N.” I liked it so much I said I’d use it today. Thanks, Deborah!


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#1LinerWeds from Thomas Merton

I saw this written on a friend’s calendar a while back, and I tend to love the things that Merton wrote, so I copied this down and have been waiting for the right time to share it. Or at least a time when I didn’t have anything else to share…


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