Going Their Own Way
And where’s “Waldo!” My wife an avid walker, is in the photo somewhere! Hint: She is wearing a poncho! 🙂
I woke up 51 years ago, and realized I had heard the bluebirds sing!! I had first met my wife the day before! The following ballad comes close to telling our story, though it was first recorded when we were 4 years old! For complete rendition!
I met a girl out in the hills who gave my lonely heart a thrill
Her beauty seemed just like a breath of spring
And when I looked into her eyes I thought of blue mid summer skies
When I held her hand in mine I heard the bluebirds sing
“I Heard the Bluebirds Sing” is a charming ballad about a happy older couple looking back on their courtship. The song was first recorded on a 78 rpm record in 1952 by Hod Pharis and Little Anne, for the Vancouver-based Aragon Label.
My wife made my day very special! I came home from a taxi run at Noon, which meant we went out to eat for lunch instead of breakfast! As we were leaving, I mentioned that the lawn looked like it didn’t need mowing! In the morning it was dewy, and I decided I should put mowing the lawn on my list of activities! It was a puzzle to me, until my sweetheart mentioned that she had mowed the lawn while I was gone! She surely got me that time! Thanks heaps, and looking forward to many more years together!
As well as a sparrow!