The musings of a wannabe psychologist, trying to make a difference in the world - thoughtfully.
I love that song of his "I Need You to Turn To" on the "Live from Australia" CD.
Jennifer!Hi - I thought you had disappeared from the blogosphere! I can't access your blog any more :(Its lovely to see you again. Hope you are well - how is the PT going?And indeed, great song!!!
I'm still out here, but mostly only reading now. I needed to take my blog down for privacy reasons, and it has turned out to be a good decision. I have more time now off of the computer, which does my poor arms some good. Know that I'm reading and enjoying even though I don't comment often. I read through SharpReader. Take care!
He's awful! Some mysterious force in the Uniniverse must have caused them to disappear to save you from him :-p
Jennifer - that's good to hear. I miss your blog, but glad to hear you're doing well and spending more time with Kathryn can only be a good thing :)Marc - what are you on about lad, Elton is GOD.
My offer still stands if you still require a 'cheesesome camped up master of the ballad' to fill in.I can master his ballads, at any rate.
Will you serenade me live at my desk every day?
Not at the moment. Plus I'm not sure I can keep it up all day, if you'll excuse the expression...
What on earth is that Elton doing, demeaning a fine Damien Hirst painting by posing over it?
It is in tragic moments like this, that you are forced to listen to other CDs over and over... it is my only hope for building a fan base. Hope elton enjoys his sabatical... oh what ever will you listen to in the interstice?lor
What on earth is that Elton doing, demeaning a fine Damien Hirst painting by posing over it? Is that what it is? It looks not dissimilar to something they might try to confuse you with at a psychiatric appointment...
I suspect he got his inspiration for it from them in some way, and a lot of other works that play with a 'medical aesthetic'.
yes... hmmmmm what to listen to in the interstice...? hmmmm....
I suspect he got his inspiration for it from them in some way, and a lot of other works that play with a 'medical aesthetic'. Well, it gives me a headache.
What to listen to... ?
my my my, what to listen to... ?
Even Martin's never been quite so painfully obvious in plugging ;PTo whom, perhaps, this piece would be more visually calming - even if it's not got a brilliantly suptle-ish Duchamp reference.
how canyoustill stand without him? fond prayers for his return.
Dear CA... I must express some worry, it is time for you to stop mourning for Elton and POST!!!!! Hey... some of us have little to do all day but wait for an interesting word from a pal... you've got serious responcibilities here... buckle down and write to us... seriously kiddo... get yer priorities straight... ;)If you can get a copy of the New York Times, this coming Wends. there is going to be an artical about the 15th st. meeting in the Religion section... wha oh....see ya :)lorPS post something already...:)
Thee has inspired me!I am going to the park to work out a medly of Elton John songs on the Alpine HornThy FriendJustplain Oddfellow
Does Keninho share your love of all things Elton? If not I suspect he may have sabotaged your stash in protest...
Ah - its a conspiracy. I will have to search all of his things and see if I can find some evidence against him!
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