Step in Time, while cleaning grout

 

~ Meanwhile during grout cleaning, the imagination of dancing on roofs covered in suet seems appealing.

Sometimes I wish for a world of sheer magic and innocence. One where penguins dance alongside of Dick Van Dyke in Marry Poppins and chimney sweepers dance on rooftops on grey wintery nights at dusk just for magical amusement of those who can see.

Step in time, step in time
Step in time, step in time
Never need a reason, never need a rhyme
You step in time, you step in time”

Now VOTE FOR Women!

“Step in Time!’

 

Back to the grout and the reality.

 

Here’s another video from innocent America 1950’s… So, while cleaning grout here’s to Mitch

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Step in Time, while cleaning grout

    1. Hi Maria! Yes, you are probably correct about newer icons in America, but there are some great old ones. We can’t forget them, or I can’t. The new technology misses the innocent better story lines (my humble opinion) as when, human eyes become addicted to seeing newer and greater wonders in pixels. There is a WordPress friend of mine “The Dune Mouse” who understands the technical fascination we humans now have, but we both agree, where is this taking us? What are the dangers? Are computers thinking for us and are they creating stories for us, as well? Are we handing over to the technical world our creativity and are we becoming lazy?

      Anyway, I could go on and on…

      Hey it’s always nice to hear from you.

      Take care…

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        1. Hey Maria, I guess that your conversation took me to where The Dune Mouse and I were conversing the other day. My thoughts are still there… LOL… Please, don’t think I was disagreeing. My thoughts are really on how technology, wonderful, but yet addicting, have taken control of our lives.

          Thank you sweet heart, I wasn’t disagreeing. Just in dreamy thoughts about our future…

          I love when you visit…

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  1. Reminds me of a great quote from a movie called Working Girl with Melanie Griffith (Tess McGill) and Harrison Ford (Jack Trainer) — Tess’ best friend Cyn says to Tess: Sometimes I sing and dance around the house in my underwear. Doesn’t make me Madonna. Never will. 😀

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    1. I think I saw that film. It sounds cute. Melanie Griffith was great in Milk Money. I thought that was a cute show…
      Thanks for visiting me here Glenn. It’s been nice chatting with you. Please come again.

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Thanking all lovely thoughts today

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