Good Morning -
It's 8:59 AM (EST), sunny with a temperature of 12 degrees outside. It's a nice day here. LOL!
I'm sorry that I missed watching the Beatles show last night. Didn't know that special was on until after the fact. I remember watching the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show back in the mid-1960s. It was most probably a re-run of the show. I've been a fan of the Beatles since then. It's my belief that their music was way ahead of its time. It still is to my modest ears. One of my favorite song by them is the tune, "Martha, My Dear" which (if I remember correctly) is found the Beatle's White Album. Paul wrote it in dedication to his dog.
Davey Do - You say that you "really" care. But do you "really, really, really" care? It makes a difference. You only used one "really" and it seems a bit anemic. LOL!
Happy Birthday to your mom, Steph.
Sabby_NC - You are quite the hiker! Amy and I talked about going snow-shoeing yesterday. Actually, we were going to after eating lunch. We ate lunch. It tasted good. Then we caved in to our desire to just watch television. Granted, the activity involved in watching television is much less than hiking or snow-shoeing, but it's much more comfortable (especially with the temperature being in the 'teens outside). LOL! This frumpy body of mine really (really, really, really) needs to exercise more.
Joe - Quiet days are good in my book! Hope you got some needed "R & R" with the quiet.
An acquaintance friend of mine shared a YouTube video on Facebook that I thought you all might like to watch. He's a pharmacist who holds a passion in cartooning and animation. Davey-Do, I'm especially thinking of you in sharing this, buddy. I really, really, really am! LOL! I know this pharmacist/animator through when we did the production of "Who's Got the Keys?"
way back in the mid-1990s. He did the opening animation to the video of that show. I say this because I firmly believe in giving credit where credit is due. Like my acquaintance-friend, I also hold a keen interest in cartooning and animation. I used to go to animation festivals back when I was in music college. Animation has been around for a long, long time actually. This particular YouTube video shows what I believe to be the FIRST keyframe animation ever made. Being 12 minutes, the video is long. But, it's well worth the watch. For those who also enjoy history, hopefully this non-talking film with animation peeks your interest. It's been 100 years
since this first keyframe animation was produced. Enjoy.