Sunday, March 09, 2008

I'm home



Anonymous said...

Excerpt from Song dedicated to this blog:

.....Applying rogaine ain't gonna stop dis dying pain
I said nothing can take away these blues
`cause nothing compares
Nothing compares to you

---Sinead "O I'm so Bald" Connor

Joe said...

Welcome home Alison! It's great to have you back on the Eastern seaboard :o)

Hey everyone - in case you missed Fox & Friends this morning, Janice Dean was on and announced that she has Multiple Sclerosis. I guess she's known for a couple of years. What a shock!

She also just posted a message about it on her blog. Here is a link:

Let's all remember Janice in our prayers. She's such a wonderful person. It's been known for a while that Neil Cavuto also has MS - it's amazing how well he's been able to deal with it. He's such an inspiration. Neil and I actually went to the same high school (Immaculate High in Danbury, CT), but not at the same time.

Anway, just thought you all might want to know.

Anonymous said...

Yay! it's got to be good to be home. Be sure and wipe yo' feet honey chile'.


Joe said...

Darn you Alison... the song "Stardust" has been playing over and over in my mind since yesterday...

This morning I found this awesome version by Nat King Cole on YouTube:

It just goes to show that the classics never go out of style. This was probably recorded 50+ years ago, but it's still magical...

Pow said...

This may be longer than my usual talky comments, sorry in advance.
Let me join JOE in welcoming you back East where you were sorely missed. Let me also thank JOE for the links. Janice was amazing on F & F this morning. I went to her blog but nothing earlier. I wanted to leave some kind of message. Also Stardust and Nat great song. Guy smoked 3 packs of Camels a day and still had an amazing voice.

On to arriving home. I did notice last night/this morning not long after I arrived home that there was a different feeling in the air. I was unsure of what it was until I just read this. Alison had arrived home and The Alison Aura stretched all the way Boston, as it normally is. That's what's been missing up here.