#HitsByYears – 1977

School was calling again last weekend. It was an even longer turn this time (Thursday through Sunday). That’s why I go for another #HitsByYears week. I wish you a good start to your new week but try to take it easy πŸ˜‰

Easy – The Commodores

Feel free to add or mention in the comments your favorite song of 1977 and the memory that connects you with it.

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One of my favourite heart throbs of the 60 and 70’s was Gene Pitney…. My Dad would often make fun as I would tape record from Top of the Pops, spoiling my recordings …. This is perhaps not as well known song… But I think the lyrics are relevant right nowhttps://youtu.be/KzjvljdjXrw Its called A Street Called Hope…
Much love my friend…. ❀ Love and Hugs your way ❀

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Listening to that song right now. The video is from my year of birth. A wonderful song indeed and so very timely. Thank you so much for sharing, Sue πŸ’–Sending you big hugs back πŸ’–

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All good, busy with my employed job and my self-employment and started a new education. Also a lot of other things going on… I think boredom and Erika is a clear opposition πŸ˜„

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I am asking that myself too… a tight time management and a very limited time on WordPress… lol.
I am a therapist (aromatherpy, energetic healing, muscle relaxation and pain relief,..). I started a new learning of phytotherapy which is the teaching of healing plants. I am learning about the plants, their effects and risks, how to use them, for what problems to use them, and how to make tinctures, cremes, balms, and other products of them. Totally my ally 😊

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It was really good again. Always interesting when even it is also pretty exhausing when you don’t have a weekend to recover a little from work but instead are called to absorb knowledge instead. But all good 😊

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This song is one of my favorites and a go to on many of my playlists. Lincoln and I love it! Lionel has so many classics and this sure is one of them. What a great way to start Monday!! Thamks ErikaπŸ₯°

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You too my dear friendπŸ₯° I sure am having a great kickstart, I’m compiling my 3rd book of poetry for Amazon. I self publish because it’s the easiest (cheapest) way for me to get my poems out there. Someday the right person will want to put them out to the massesπŸ™πŸŒπŸŒ 

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That is awesome! Congratulations, Maria! I am glad you can do that. Self publishing is a fantastic tool for bringing the word out into the world πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–

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Thank you so much, your support means the world to me. I admire your work and your heart so much Erika. Our kindred spirited writer’s souls πŸ’–πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–

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This is one of those classics Erika. Just playing it now for the third time, I have not heard it for years. Thank you πŸ˜‚ 🀣 ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹
Oh, and a little energy for the work schedule, may it keep your steps clear ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹

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Ahh, thank you so much for your thoughtfulness, Mark. Some energy is very welcome. It was great but exhausting too being in school for 4 days and today back at work. But I don’t want to miss it. Sorry that I have not been around a lot therefore. 🐬😊🐬

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