(think back - 80's - Hall & Oates)
Easy, ready, willing, overtime
Where does it stop?
Where do you dare me to draw the line?
You've got the body,
now you want my soul
Don't even think about it,
say no go, yeah
I-ahh-ahh, I'll do anything that you want me to-oo,
I-ahh-ah-ahh do almost anything that you want me to-oo, ooh yeah
But I can't go for that, no no can do
However, a Friday Fragments post doesn't require your soul. Just a little bit of thought, a post and a link-up over at Mrs. 4444's blog.
I'll included a cover of this Hall & Oates hit song at the bottom of this post.
I've been telling Mother Nature "no, no can do" lately but she is not listening.
|yeah I know it's snowing upside down|
I doubt any readers come here expecting book reviews (actually I don't know what readers expect here, hopefully to be surprised). Last year I posted about a Jim Croce book. The bio his widow wrote was both interesting and a fun trip back to the 70's. Here's a link to that post.
Currently, I'm reading a very different book (still non-fiction which is my preference) about a physics learning journey. A dad and his daughter challenge each other on a quest to find answers to big questions such as the beginning of the universe. I enjoy physics and the approach taken this curious non-physicist young woman has been a good read. She works herself into global theoretical physics conferences by posing as a journalist. The book is full of information. The title is "Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn". (a link)
Have you heard of "Live from Daryl’s House"? I stumbled onto it during a youtube journey. Really going onto youtube is always a lengthy journey for me. The suggested clips never stop you know. Daryl Hall of the famous Hall & Oates started recording jam sessions at his home studio. His guests include many of the top performers of yesterday and today. Here's a clip of that song I started this post with, covered by Cee Lo Green. (there is a long intro - about a minute)