The Hello

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Suzanne of Ellie894 would like to wish everyone a totally awesome Marsvelous Monday and l second that emotion! Stay safe, sane and healthy!


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I love the 50's

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All this week – Monday through to Sunday – the 13th – 19th is the 1950’s – drop me your artist choices in the comments section and l’ll make sure your choices are dedicated to you each day!

Today we have Part 1 for Paula of Light Motifs II

Have a fantastic Monday Paula!!


Elvis Presley Love Me Tender (1956)

Elvis Presley Jailhouse Rock (1957)

The Platters Smoke Gets in your Eyes (1958)

Bobby Darin Dream Lover (1960)

Ross Bagdasarian aka David Seville Witch Doctor (1958)

1950’s Bonus



“I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.”

Marilyn Monroe

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Have a totally awesome day folks!

Be safe and healthy!


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24 thoughts on “The Hello

  1. Good Morning Friend 🙂
    Wish you both a Marsvelous Monday as well.
    The quote is lovely and a very famous one.
    This week I will go with the music of Owl City and quote on positivity.

    1. Hey Good morning Kritika, many thanks for the greetings and choices – we are currently on 1950’s week but come next week you will have Owl City and Positivity 🙂

  2. A Marsvelous bunch of songs on this Marsvelous Monday🎶💃🏼
    I agree with poor Norma Jean. We should be accepted for our whole, true selves.

    I hope you’re finding time in all your work to enjoy your day!

    1. I have a day to myself and l am just settling down to some catching up reading 🙂

      Glad you enjoyed the songs – have a great Monday 🙂

  3. I LOVE 50’s music! My Dad used to sing Earth Angel to me before I went to sleep (when he was still around) and taught me a lot about music. Although he was a temporary Dad in most cases, his taste in music was second to none. Great post and thank you and Suzanne for this uplifting post!

      1. Really? That would be so cool! Here’s my top five… You Send Me – Sam Cooke, Chances Are – Johnny Mathis, 16 Candles – Crests, Yaket Yak – Coasters, and Walkin’ After Midnight – Patsy Cline 🙂

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