A: Children. What I mean by that is that if you look at the lyrics to "Innocent Eyes" you will notice that Delta Goodrem is longing for something again that once was. If children do not even get a chance to experience the innocence of their youth, or the joy of the Christmas season, how sad is that? And what will it mean of their perception of life as adults? They need to experience the magic of it all in their young lives now, because when they grow up they will be grabbing for it! Not just for children in our own families, but also children who are less fortunate, and possibly poor...maybe in a broken family where there has been abuse. A donation or two in their direction is time and money well spent. A great way to light up your Christmas tree is to light up one of their lives! Q: If you get time off for the holidays, what would you like to do besides the usual visiting of family and friends? A: Enjoy a book (hopefully Tammy Bruce's newest!)
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A: The "Ken Burn's Jazz: The Story Of America's Music" 5- disc set that I am now borrowing from a person at work. This is original and authentic jazz, most of which I have never heard before. Wow! What remarkable personality on this set! If you love music, this is a real classic! Q: What is your least favorite musical style? A: Rap
A: Ummm, you are not going to believe this but........Bruce Springsteen! Q: What song best represents what you are looking for in music? Album? A: song ;"Thunder Road" and album; "Born To Run" by Bruce Springsteen
A: Yes, Cindy Morgan's "Postcards" and Lara Fabian if she releases one next year. Oh, and I am also looking forward to Train's new album, "For Me, It's you" due out on January 31st. Lead singer Pat Moynihan is from Erie, and I happen to work with his sister! Q: Who is your favorite actor? A: Hmmm, probably Tom Hanks, because he has been in so many good films.