If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
That left me with a silly grin on my face.
Wonderfully entertaining dude!
Ain't that GOOD? ;-)
That was bloody brilliant!
That was as great video.
And they all went out for a curry afterward.
LOOOOOOVE it!The first real instrument I was given was a uke. (Hawai'i became a U.S. state the year after I was born, and my mom was very enamored of things Hawai'ian.)Thanks for the joy, Buck!
Deborah sez:And they all went out for a curry afterward.That's quite possible...probable, actually! Thanks for dropping by, Deborah. Do I know you? Like from Fortuna, maybe?Lori sez: Thanks for the joy, Buck!You're welcome, as ever and always! Interesting about your relationship with ukuleles, Lori. I never knew!I gotta ask, coz I'm seeing it more and more these days... what's up with the new (and grammatically incorrect) apostrophe in the middle of the two "i's" in Hawaii? Isn't the original spelling good enough any longer? The Wiki hasn't gone there. Yet. ;-)
I just saw your question about Hawai'i, Buck.It might be grammatically incorrect, but that's how they tend to spell it in Hawai'i these days. I've recently seen Kauai spelled with an apostrophe, too (Kaua'i).I'm going to Kaua'i next summer (2009), and I'll give a report on apostrophes when I return. ; )
Lori sez: It might be grammatically incorrect, but that's how they tend to spell it in Hawai'i these days. I've recently seen Kauai spelled with an apostrophe, too (Kaua'i).I, OTOH, see it as yet another manifestation of Political Correctness... and I frickin' HATE it. YMMV... and in this case it certainly does.Just sayin'.
I needed that. :-)
Just be polite... that's all I ask.