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Last Call! - GNO - Back to School Edition

Sunday night. A school night. I need to get up early tomorrow.  I still remember the feeling I would get when "The Wonderful World of Disney" would come on. 'Yay!', then 'Ugh'. 'It must be Sunday night'.
(I'm dating myself with that one, right?!!)

Here's a tune that you should know pretty well. It's an excellent cover.

Mandy Moore "Umbrella"

I absolutely LOVE Mandy Moore's last album "Wild Hope". Give it a try.

I believe it's time for some of that left over Jewel Punch ... that's sounds good right now.

Party Favor!
It's time to Face Your Manga. Caroline at The Zen In You wanted to know what I looked like 'cyberfied'. Well, as soon as my Avatar is ready I will post it here.

Let's see what you look like in a virtual world. Go try it!

Time for a lovely tune.
I've been trying to find a good video of this song. It's difficult because it's very, very independent. Which is surprising because the singer was in an incredibly popular band in the 80's. (Guess which one. It shouldn't be too hard!) This song is not at all like the bands sound though! Please listen...

"Waiting For My Real Life To Begin"  Colin Hay, from Men At Work.

(*Video no longer available*)


This song, oh, this song. The words can just make you cry. (But don't cry! It's a party!)

Remember now, don't be afraid to mingle. When someone leaves a comment go visit their blog. And when your blog is visited, go visit your guests blog. Keep the momentum going. Come back though!

I hope this Virtual GNO has helped facing Monday morning a little easier.

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