‘Have a Great Day Folks!’

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Welcome to Season 9

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It’s A Beautiful Day Directory

Quote of the Day – Season 9’s Topic – Imagination

Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.

Michelangelo

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If you would like to take part in Down Memory Lane, please drop me an email [ aguycalledbloke63@gmail.com] with the following information: – 

The decade of your choice: 1959 – 1969, 1969 – 1979, 1979 – 1989,  1989 – 1999, 1999 – 2009 or 2009 – 2019 and let me know of that decade choice, 12 favourited films, 6 favourited personal moments, a statement of fact of what the decade meant to you and finally a total of 25 favourited songs from those ten years!

What’s on For December

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Well quite a few things in truth – and more on that later this week – however – the big feature is The Greater Impact Writing Competition – See HERE which will be starting next Monday! So make sure you keep a watchful eye out on a screen near you for the low down on that promotion!

However for this week we have “I Love The 80’s!!” Let me know your favourited tracks in the comments section below!

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  1. Good morning Rory! it’s before 6 here so that’s still safe to say. 😊. Hope your Monday is off to a fine start. Super collection of tunes 🎶. When I’m a little more awake I’ll think of one to request. I’m not sure they made any bad songs in the 80’s. 😂 of course they did…I just can’t think of any.

    1. Good morning to you too Suzanne, it’s just past midday here – so it’s still kind of morning here also – did they make bad 80’s songs?? Totally agree, but they were stille xcellent to some of today’s entrant’s dribble 🙂

        1. I don’t know … but then the 80’s whilst a different time, almost 40 years ago and a very, very different world to the world we live in today, probably has some bearing somewhere.

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