Time--2017 A to Z Theme
My theme for the 2017 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge is "Time". The posts will be more philosophical, contemplative, and even autobiographical than instructional. No time management tips planned, but you never know with A to Z.
Always a work in progress--welcome to my blog...
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Sorry I'm Late (#BOTB results)
Sorry, I'm late posting, but I've got a good excuse. I've been in the hospital since Tuesday right before I was getting ready to prepare this post. They've been running tests with some consultation to come later and maybe more tests. I'm not sure of the problem yet, but I do feel fine and would like nothing more than to be at home with all those comforts and taking time to make blog rounds, etc.
I had a lot I wanted to say for this post, but I guess it was not meant for me to say so I'm keeping it very short. (I can hear a collective sigh of "thanks!")
In my previous Battle using the Justin Bieber song "Sorry", I liked both versions a great deal. Both are winners in my view as both versions have strong points in favor of picking either.
My final decision came with listening to both versions in surround sound watching them on my home theater set up. The intricacy and amazing talent of the Nor'easters inclined my vote toward them. I listened to all versions many times and was increasingly drawn to the college group for my vote.
The victory was overwhelmingly on the other side's favor which is fine too.
Final Vote Tally:
Nor'easters 8 votes
Postmodern Jukebox 23 votes
Next Battle on Wednesday June 15th
I won't say much about that now other than the post will be somewhat a continuation of my most recent theme, but I promise there will be no Justin Bieber songs involved but the song I'll be using uses (steals?) a musical phrase from a piece by Tchaikovsky. It could be considered a worse offense than the musical "stealing" Bieber is accused with. Personally I don't have a problem with this. I might add that the next song I'll be using is old, a popular tune with many covers available, and somewhat of a jazz standard. Be here to find out what I'm talking about.