it on your status. My song would be Hey Jude, by the Beatles. But even more fun is the song that I was named after: Tammy’s In Love. My mother was a huge Debbie Reynold’s fan and saw all of the “Tammy” movies. The music was written by Jay
Livingston and the lyrics by Ray Evans. It was published in 1957 and debuted in the film Tammy and the Bachelor.
Lyrics to Tammy :
I hear the cottonwoods whisperin' above, "Tammy ... Tammy ...Tammy's in love"
The ole hooty-owl hooty-hoos to the dove, "Tammy ... Tammy... Tammy's in love".
Does my lover feel, what I feel, when he
comes near? My heart beats so joyfully, you'd think that he could hear. Wish I knew if he knew, what I'm dreamin' of, Tammy ... Tammy ...Tammy's in love. Whippoorwill, whippoorwill, you and I know, Tammy ... Tammy ... can't let him go. The breeze from the bayou keeps murmuring low: "Tammy ... Tammy ... you love him so. When the night is warm, safe and warm, I long for his charms, I'd sing like a violin, I were in his arms. Wish I knew if he knew, what I'm dreaming of, Tammy ... Tammy ... Tammy's in love.
So it’s a strange song with hooty-owl’s hooty-hooing to doves and tree’s talking and stuff but it’s special right, being named after a song? It was to me until I stumbled upon this site: www.babynameshub.com.
On this site there are a ton of people who were named after that song. OMG, that just sucks the special right out of it.
British Phrase of the Day - Crusty Dragon
A crusty dragon isn’t a fancy restaurant or the name of a Yacht; it’s what our British friends call a booger. The really crispy, crunchy ones.
The V Word
Yesterday I was impressed when my husband mentioned my blog. I didn’t even know he read it. He scolded me for using the “V” word when talking
about Fanny Packs in a blog a few days ago. He said, “Was it really necessary for you to use the “V” word in your blog.”
I laughed. “You mean the word vagina?”
“Yes, why did you have to use that word?”
Hum, let me check my thesaurus… nothing there.
“It’s part of the female anatomy, why shouldn’t I use that word?”
“Some people might find it offensive.”
“My vagina (word) is offensive?!
My husband is very “old-school” and that’s one of the things I love about him. But I can’t have boundaries when I write, and if someone tells me something I can’t say, I’m going to say it just to spite them. So I’m sorry if I offended you with the use of my vagina
(word) but other than some silly slang there wasn’t much to choose from. VAGINA, VAGINA, VAGINA. (That was for my husband!)
Have a happy day passengers!