Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Christmas In July-The Eleventh Day

Well, here I am, falling further and further behind.  But I'm making good progress at getting my place cleaned up for company.  I'm also running out of music to share, so slowing down is really helping to stretch things out.  I've got five songs here for you tonight, but no time to tell you what they are.  I'll eventually get in here and edit this post to tell you what you're downloading, but until then, here's the download link, you'll just have to trust me that it's worth your download.


Anonymous said...

OK, I'll take a chance. There's always something good in there somewhere.

And, Ernie, when it quits being fun...quit. Rest up, renew yourself, and come back when you feel like it. I appreciate all that you do year-round to share both musical and visual beauty with us.

Chris in Cary

Der Bingle said...

Everything you post is much appreciated, Ernie. I'd be thrilled with a song a day!

Badgercat said...

Ernie, I also echo the comments of both "Anonymous" and Der Bingle. Your blog and shares of both "sight" and "sound" are most certainly appreciated.

Yet if you're scrambling and not enjoying it, it can't be something you look forward to. I also have little doubt that the computer crash you endured late last year doesn't help with the amount of shares you're able to do.

Regardless, enjoy the company and thanks for what you do.

fixxitt In Georgia said...

Ernie: Your fans, at least this one, are worried that you may be ill - again. Seems that a year or two ago you got sick either at Christmas in July or the Christmas in December time frame. Please let us know you are OK. I know the stress of the blog and the work must be great, and we don't know any other family or personal stress you may be under. I just hope it is an attitude toward things in general and not a physical ailment that is preventing you from posting. God bless and keep you.

fixxitt in Georgia

Anonymous said...

Yes -- you don't need to post any Christmas tunage (as much as I love it). Just let us know if you're okay. Thank you!

-- Karen