Hello, Howdy, Hi There!!

Welcome to Season 5 – Nature


Positive Diversity Rocks, don’t you think?

Hello, Howdy, Hi There Folks!

Happy Monday  to you all – where ever you may be in this great big world of ours!

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The Positive Diversity Poke

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.

H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


Diversity doesn’t mean black and white only.

Henry Louis Gates


Top 5 Tracks Dedication Directory – Season 2

New Musical Feature Coming Soon …

The 3 to 9 Daily Dedication!!


But for the time being let’s enjoy this week 5 tracks daily from the 70’s … let me know what songs you would like to hear this week from the 70’s!


So What’s Going to Put the Bounce into Your Day??

Let me know below when you stop by “Hello, Howdy, Hi There!!”

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27 thoughts on “Hello, Howdy, Hi There!!

    1. Ha ha ha – Dayum, no fooling you is there Dawn? 🙂

      I have to keep remembering that just because l am making the next day on the previous night, l am ‘making’ it for the next day 🙂

  1. Hi Rory! Did your Suze come home yet? I hope so! My song choice is Edge of Seventeen, by Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac) Have a great week!🙂

    1. Hey Myth – first consider the song a go for this week – it was released in 1981 but we will fit that in 🙂

      Suze got home on Friday night, pleased to be home a bit worse for wear after a hospital visit, but her colour is back in her cheeks – still a ways to go, but we’ll all get her back in shape and health 🙂

      1. Great news about Suze to ease the troubled mind! Yay!! Oops, I was thinking release date/year was 1977. Skip it then shall we!?😊

  2. Good ol Benny won’t play here! Drat! My brother & I loved watching Benny Hill on PBS way back in the dark ages of the 70s.
    Cher, Tony Orlando and Dawn…and the clothes😱🤢

    Monday was “sitting in waiting rooms” day for me. First the doctor, then the pharmacy. At least its sorted and I can forget about until next month.

      1. I think as small kiddos we liked the half dressed people and the chasing in fast motion. That’s what I remember, that and the music. PBS had all the highbrow intellectual stuff…and stuff from UK😉

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