I'm a Big Fan of the new single from A Great Big World- Hold Each Other. It's about LOVE In general, and how it knows no boundaries. Hold Each Other, and together you can make it. LOVE CAN CONQUER ALL! It's considered a Progressive Pop Song because of the lyrics. There are some stations that won't play it, which I can't understand why. It's a great song w/ a geat message of Love. I'm Happy Mix 94.7 is playing it. Listen for it! Thank you! You Rock!
Chad King & Ian Axel's message behind the song. Click here...
Taylor Swift’s new video premiere, 'Wildest Dreams', was right before the VMA kick off last night. Taylor has all the video proceeds going to a great cause. It’s 1Thing that helps wildlife, us and Mama Earth. Watch the video , and know if you decide to buy it, the gift of music can save lives. www.africanparks.eu/home.html
Here's what happened shortly after the 1st post. Click here!
Last night I remembered it's best not taking the little things forgranted, because with out them, many big things fall through. Take the time to enjoy what you have, rather than what you don't have! Amazing how a few hours w/out water got me thinking this way. I think it really happened when I had the potential of deciding on the toilet flush. (You won't get that unless you checked out the post ). Enjoy! HR
The Long Center's 2015-16 Season was celebrated during Austin Arts Block Party at the Long Center (8/23/15). Heath shares some Family Fun 411 that is happening. I'm really Excited about a show that was at the Long Center last year, and a new one is coming back. Hint: Blue is a BIG color for this show! It's so much FUN! You should go!
There is a video that was taken by Marine Biologists that has gone Worldwide viral! I know after I watched it I thought differently in the way I use and get rid of plastics, especially straws. A few days ago when my honey Ted & I were at the grocery store, there were straws in a display on sale. My honey Ted looked at them and said .. 'No!'.
Here's a bit of background on the video. Click the link below the video if you would like more 411 on it.
The Team of researchers from Texas A&M University and Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne had gone to Costa Rica for an in -water research trip and found a male Olive Ridley sea turtle. They initially thought what was up in its nostril to be parasitic worm. With the use of a Swiss Army knife, they proceeded to remove the object from the turtle's nasal passage, and discovered something totally different...