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74 COLOURlovers viewed this page and think jazminredux would win gold in an awesome competition.

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Love to My 900

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Color of Love

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Message in a Color

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my fav lipschtick

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Funny, I didn't get into a lot of the early bands until the past few years (which I owe to partying with my next-door neighbors, who have an amazing music setup). I've always been drawn to more instrumental and harmonious songs. My favorite groups in my early years included the Doobie Brothers, Chicago, America, Queen, Journey, Yes, Supertramp, The Who, The Moody Blues; Emerson, Lake, and Palmer; and Blood, Sweat, and Tears—to name only a handful. I'm only just now getting into the Doors and the Beatles (believe it or not). In truth, I generally enjoy a wide variety of music genres and artists. I've been slow to embrace alternative but am coming around. Can't, however, get into rap, electronica, and some of the other off-the-beaten-path styles. But my son thinks he's a music connoisseur because he can and does!! My husband is a closet blues guitarist (and a very good one), so a lot of that gets played, too. He's big on the Allman Brothers, Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, and a lot of the very early blues players.

Awesome! What about Seals & Crofts? Neil Young? Santana? Mamas and the Papas? All pretty instrumental and harmonious : ) One of my sisters and I came up with this term, "osmosis songs" -- they're old songs that you surprisingly know all the words to, though it's usually because you grew up listening to a lot of it. That's how Chicago is to me!

That's so cool that your husband plays the guitar. It must be awesome to chill out and listen to him. I actually took guitar lessons for a few years when I was a teenager and my teacher loved the Beatles, Wings, Doobie Brothers, Yes -- pretty much all the bands you listed as your faves! So I was lucky to get exposed to that and develop an appreciate for them.
Only been to Vegas once but loved it. Unfortunately, my husband didn't, so I'm not sure if I'll get back there. I went to bed at 8:00 last night, but woke up at 12:30 and have been up ever since. Most likely, I'll get in a nap this afternoon.

Las Vegas is a great town -- behind all the neon and craziness, it's surprisingly homey and normal once you've lived here for awhile. When were you here and why didn't the hubby like it? This city has changed a lot over the years!
You may have retired by now. That's good for you. Know that I've really, really enjoyed talking with you tonight and getting to know you better. Sweet dreams....
I did end up passing out not long after we started this conversation! But dear Linda, it is so nice to talk with you and get to know you better, too -- beyond the usual "♥ this template!" and "Thanks for the love!" -- though I'm sure we'll continue to have many more of those as well!!
Wow that's awesome! Who are your favorite bands? I really love 60s and 70s stuff -- I'm a child of the 90s, but that all came back when I was in high school, so I really love a lot of bands from that time -- The Doors are my single, all-time favorite band. Right now, I'm listening to my iTunes collection on shuffle (hence a weird mix of Skynyrd, Led Zeppelin, random big band and now a little techno : )

I'm in Vegas with a little insomnia, but should try to sleep soon. Guess I've just been needing to get my fix of color therapy. Have you been up all night??


Funny, I didn't get into a lot of the early bands until the past few years (which I owe to partying with my next-door neighbors, who have an amazing music setup). I've always been drawn to more instrumental and harmonious songs. My favorite groups in my early years included the Doobie Brothers, Chicago, America, Queen, Journey, Yes, Supertramp, The Who, The Moody Blues; Emerson, Lake, and Palmer; and Blood, Sweat, and Tears—to name only a handful. I'm only just now getting into the Doors and the Beatles (believe it or not). In truth, I generally enjoy a wide variety of music genres and artists. I've been slow to embrace alternative but am coming around. Can't, however, get into rap, electronica, and some of the other off-the-beaten-path styles. But my son thinks he's a music connoisseur because he can and does!! My husband is a closet blues guitarist (and a very good one), so a lot of that gets played, too. He's big on the Allman Brothers, Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, and a lot of the very early blues players.

Only been to Vegas once but loved it. Unfortunately, my husband didn't, so I'm not sure if I'll get back there. I went to bed at 8:00 last night, but woke up at 12:30 and have been up ever since. Most likely, I'll get in a nap this afternoon.

You may have retired by now. That's good for you. Know that I've really, really enjoyed talking with you tonight and getting to know you better. Sweet dreams....
LOL and a big ha ha! I wish I could get as drunk as to get sloppy and slobbery. But it's really rare for me to tie a good one on, probably because I have a cocktail or two nearly every day and am used to the stuff. It's just the way I close out the day. Now, I do occasionally get a tad tipsy...and then fall asleep. :-( Talk about a cheap date. :-)

LOL! Well, I'm definitely past my partying prime and don't drink that much anymore, so I've definitely become a cheap date! Ironically, I actually have a pretty decent liquor collection because I tend to get all ambitious about making fancy cocktails and then I just end up drinking whatever yummy mixers I buy (pineapple juice, etc.) plain.
Never got into Lynyrd Skynard or beer, and I'm not judgmental. If those indulgences make you happy, then go and be happy. Right now, I'm importing a bunch of CDs into my computer. They're mostly from the 60s and 70s, but I'm working on developing a really thorough collection of tunes from my lifetime. They help me remember what a full life I've had...and they make for great entertaining. I have an Apple TV, which lets me play my iTunes music through the speakers in my family room. It's so cool and great fun.

Wow that's awesome! Who are your favorite bands? I really love 60s and 70s stuff -- I'm a child of the 90s, but that all came back when I was in high school, so I really love a lot of bands from that time -- The Doors are my single, all-time favorite band. Right now, I'm listening to my iTunes collection on shuffle (hence a weird mix of Skynyrd, Led Zeppelin, random big band and now a little techno : )
So, where are you that you're up at my hour of 5:30 a.m.?

I'm in Vegas with a little insomnia, but should try to sleep soon. Guess I've just been needing to get my fix of color therapy. Have you been up all night??
LOL and a big ha ha! I wish I could get as drunk as to get sloppy and slobbery. But it's really rare for me to tie a good one on, probably because I have a cocktail or two nearly every day and am used to the stuff. It's just the way I close out the day. Now, I do occasionally get a tad tipsy...and then fall asleep. :-( Talk about a cheap date. :-)

Never got into Lynyrd Skynard or beer, and I'm not judgmental. If those indulgences make you happy, then go and be happy. Right now, I'm importing a bunch of CDs into my computer. They're mostly from the 60s and 70s, but I'm working on developing a really thorough collection of tunes from my lifetime. They help me remember what a full life I've had...and they make for great entertaining. I have an Apple TV, which lets me play my iTunes music through the speakers in my family room. It's so cool and great fun.

So, where are you that you're up at my hour of 5:30 a.m.?

jazminredux wrote:
Why, thank you! But I guess it's only classy until I stumble into someone, spill my drink and lose my phone -- though come to think of it, I guess I do those things when I'm sober, too :P

LOL! No, bourbon's definitely a rockstar's drink : ) Redneck is drinking cheap beer and listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd -- which, I kid you not, I was actually doing a couple hours ago!
o2bqueen wrote:
Ha Ha! Cool chick, huh? Since all the bourbon commercials seem directed at men, I often think I'm just a redneck!! As for vodka, I think it's a real ladies' drink and quite classy. :-)


Why, thank you! But I guess it's only classy until I stumble into someone, spill my drink and lose my phone -- though come to think of it, I guess I do those things when I'm sober, too :P

LOL! No, bourbon's definitely a rockstar's drink : ) Redneck is drinking cheap beer and listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd -- which, I kid you not, I was actually doing a couple hours ago!
Ha Ha! Cool chick, huh? Since all the bourbon commercials seem directed at men, I often think I'm just a redneck!! As for vodka, I think it's a real ladies' drink and quite classy. :-)

jazminredux wrote:
Awww, Linda, you are just awesome. Beautiful, brave, smart, kind, one helluva an artist AND you drink bourbon? That has to be, like, the epitome of cool chick! lol. Honestly, I've always been more of a vodka kinda girl, but I would be most honored to have a bourbon with the queen : ) Let's have a great 2012, ok? XOXO!
Awww, Linda, you are just awesome. Beautiful, brave, smart, kind, one helluva an artist AND you drink bourbon? That has to be, like, the epitome of cool chick! lol. Honestly, I've always been more of a vodka kinda girl, but I would be most honored to have a bourbon with the queen : ) Let's have a great 2012, ok? XOXO!
What a special person you are, jazmin! You are kind to the core, and I'm so happy we met. Yes!!! Let's drink to that. I'm a bourbon girl...How about you? Thank you for your precious gift of lovely pattern and heartwarming words. I hope your new year is a grand one! mwah ♥

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jazminredux wrote:
Linda, YOU are the one who is pure gold and CL is certainly a more beautiful place because you are in it. Congratulations to you my friend : )

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