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    #16
    The Children in the Nursery are learning some Christmas Carol's ,and they will go to a local Old peoples home to sing for them,I will go as Father Christmas and will have a hard job not crying,Some of them have no visitors or living relatives to visit them and love the children going,Hope to see the lady who is 108 and still in full mind if not body. Most Carols bring back nice memories...Taffy
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      #17
      I too love music, I have a very eclectic taste, and music is such an important part of all our lives. I cry buckets every time they do the finale at The Proms. Land of hope and Glory, Jerusalem, which was my old school hymn.
      The first time we sailed into Kotor, I downloaded Conquest of Paradise by Vangelis, and listened to this as we sailed in early morning. It was magical!

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        #18
        Oh where to start? Time to say goodbye on the sail out of Venice on a warm beautiful evening. Summer Breeze by The Isley Brothers in 1976. My akey breaky Heart on Thomson Emerald by Billy ray Cyrus whilst trying to teach hubby how to line dance, Hilarious . And finally Barbados, By Typical Tropical in 1975, My first holiday abroad , Brings it all back so well like it was yesterday. Jan.

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          #19
          Why oh why do we have to have a soundtrack to our lives now! Nowhere is safe- not even the supermarket. Background music wherever we go and its always really horrible pop/rap/screech unmelodic rubbish. I even have to wear my ipod on the deck of the ship in order to drown out the cacophony that eminates from the speakers. By the way this old lady loves thrash metal but unfortunately not every one else does, however I don't expect my preferences to be inflicted on others - so why are theirs inflicted on me?

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