Thursday, July 03, 2014

Thursday Jewels

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The videos I have selected for this post are:

A Just for Laughs Gag

Foggy Mountain Breakdown - Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs (1949)


Sugar Plum Fairy - P. Tchaikovsky - Glass Harp Live HD

Cunard Vessel at Liverpool (1901)

For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.
















Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

24 comments:

  1. Another great collection of quotes!

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  2. Bon jour Linda,
    Ah aujourd'hui, les vidéos s'ouvrent, en fait cela dépend, je peux avec certaines mais avec d'autres pas.
    Superbe l'image avec les deux chevaux.
    Merci pour les sourires et bonne journée

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  3. Lovely 1901 video, I thought of my Mum , as my Grandmother sailed off to NZ with 3 small children, , in 1909. Quotes as always, thought provoking and so true. Cheers,Jean.

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  4. The horses are lovely.
    I like the Sugar Plum Fairy, very clever.

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  5. Ha ha... The Magic Tongue is hilarious!
    Oh, Kent is lovely county.
    I've done a lot of countryside walks there :)

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  6. Michel Arnoux3:49 AM

    Bonjour Linda
    Merci de votre visite et commentaire.
    Félicitation pour votre galerie, Excellent travail.
    Amitiés, Michel.

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  7. enjoyed the videos (today only Tchaikovsky wouldn't load) and I do like these sketches in stillness.

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  8. As always Linda, I love the quotes... I adore the butterfly one about sharing our light... we all need to do that more... I know I do :)

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  9. That just for laughs is hilarious Linda.
    Though Flatt and Scruggs were big in America in the 1950's, it was the 60's before I got into them. I've still got my original Flatt and Scruggs 1965 Long Playing record. In 2012 there was a 'Celebration of Life' for Earl Scruggs from the Ryman Auditorium. It was brilliant for me to visit and remember in 2013.
    Great vintage of the Cunard line too.
    Have a great day.

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  10. I also liked the cunard video, interesting!

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  11. I love that one on helping others, nice image too! Interesting, that Sugar Plum Fairy video clip.

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  12. Thanks for all the wonderful messages today. Some days you need them more than others. :)

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  13. The gag video was funny. Really did enjoy the glass harp video. I always get joy from your post. Once again the quotes were great.. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  14. the quote on having a capacity to care really resonates with me today. thanks, linda :)

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  15. Loved that Gag Video my friend...that was too funny for sure. So impressed with the glass harp and Sugar Plum Fairy - just goes to show it isn't necessarily the instrument but the gift of talent! Great quotes...ones I will take with me as I go today. Hope you have a lovely week-end. As always - thank you for making my day a bit more special.

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  16. Gag -> hilarious, Linda !
    The log -> beautiful.

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  17. Mielen kiintoinen ilo katsella. Kiitos Linda :)

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  18. The glass harp is a little different for that music!

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  19. A fun place with wisdom!!

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  20. Very inspiring and encouraging to keep moving on.

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  21. Ha ha ha I like the turtle pic!

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  22. Beautiful artwork/photography.

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  23. Indeed Linda, enjoy every day! Greetings from Edward.

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