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September is a big month of birthdays around here! And this year marks some milestones with my sister to be the first to turn 50! You'd never know it though! If it weren't for those five kids I'd say she was turning 29 ;)
Our dear friend had a wonderful gathering to celebrate and it was a great surprise to get to sample so many of the recipes I've been pinning over the past few weeks on Pinterest! Amazing how many people are hooked on that site!
Happy Birthday Susan! I hope your fifties are fabulous!! :)
This should give you a good start of accent brushes and word art that makes an easy readymade page title! And this week while the products are 30% off is a great time to stock up! Remember the sale ends at 6am EST on Thursday, September 27th with a new 99¢ item released each day and those might be some new must-haves ;)
On the way up to Philadelphia, Randy and I had Sirius on 80s on 8 and reminisced about our lives in the 80s. Good Times! Going to the show was Randy's idea. He's a huge fan. I knew who Peter Gabriel was but spent the early 80s obsessing over the Fleetwood Mac, Loggins and Messina, The Doors, Rolling Stones and some Elvis Costello... what a mix, right?! LOL! So I was a casual fan. But that's all changed now!
The show was an 80s flashback like no other and I loved every minute! Peter Gabriel still has it and he totally delivered! It was a packed house in Philadelphia's Comcast Center and he played all the favorites from the start playing mostly songs from the So and Us albums! I loved hearing Digging in the Dirt, Big Time, Family Snapshot, Shock the Money [of course], Red Rain, Sledge Hammer and Don't Give Up was amazing. The graphics and stage show had me back in the 80s and enjoying every minute. He closed out with In Your Eyes!
He came back for an encore and performed Biko!
**ETA** Came across the set list for the show and wanted to remember it!
Back To Front Tour (So 25th Anniversary Tour) Setlist:
Acoustic New song Come Talk to Me Shock the Monkey Family Snapshot
Retro Digging in the Dirt Secret World The Family and the Fishing Net No Self Control Solsbury Hill Washing of the Water
So (In It's Entirety) Red Rain Sledgehammer Don't Give Up That Voice Again Mercy Street Big Time We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37) This Is the Picture (Excellent Birds) In Your Eyes
And this week we will be having a variety of challenges/events in the forum at DesignerDigitals! Including a Throwdown with yours truly at 9pm EST tonight, September 20th! And I'll be posting a blending challenge event on Tuesday, September 25th!
Did you know... adding cheese to hamburgers became popular in the late-1920s to
mid-1930s, and there are several competing claims as to who created the
first cheeseburger. Lionel Sternberger is reputed to have invented the
cheeseburger in 1926 at the age of 16 when he was working as a fry cook
at his father's Pasadena, California sandwich shop, "The Rite Spot," and "experimentally dropped a slab of American cheese on a sizzling hamburger. [according to wikipedia]
Enjoy a cheeseburger today at your favorite local restaurant!