Here's the view of the fire burning behind my house less than half a mile away in 2010.

One time a couple years ago my town almost burned down.  Wildfire.  It was really scary.  That’s beside the point though.

Anyway…anytime I talk about wildfire, I start recalling a strange phase I pleasantly went through in college.  I saw one of those TimeLife music compilation commercials.  It was titled singer/song writers of the 70’s.  I LOVED that CD that I bought of TV.  I still listen to it occasionally.

Anyway…this song is not actually on that CD, but it was in that same era and I somehow fell in LOVE with this song, enough so that I actally bought the CD.  I’ve since lost it.  I lose things.  So probably don’t lend me anything.

Anyway…You just HAVE to watch this video.  It’s too awesome NOT to.  I don’t know why I have such uncool taste in music, but I do. I really do.

Also have a good look at this guy’s hair because that is the style I am working toward everyday with the combination of my blow-dryer, round brush and straightener.  He must have a stylist.  Also, his mustache.  That’s what I am working very hard to avoid on my upper lip.  If I didn’t actively manage it, I fear i’d start to look a lot like him.

By the way…pay no attention to the floating graphic.  At least we know that I am not the only person in the world who appreciates fine “Rock-n-Roll” when we see it.  Me and my amigo Julio Moran!

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6 Responses to Wildfire!

  1. Kim Hamilton says:

    Kristin, you ARE so funny! Believe it or not, this was one of my favorite songs of the era, but I was like five years old (maybe a little younger). He he he! I would always tell my mom or dad to turn it up whenever this song came on. I was in love with horses at the time, and couldn’t help just loving this song!

  2. Stacey M says:

    Yes, yes you do have VERY BAD taste in music! lol. But I love you anyway! 😀

  3. Kristin says:

    In my defense…People between the ages of 50 and 65 think my musical prowess is spot on. Just saying.

  4. Emilee says:

    My Dad had this tape. We went on so few family vacations I can count them on one hand. . .anyway, we listened to this tape start to finish the entire way to and from Yellowstone. I can’t tell you the emotion I felt right when the song started — good memories! I love that song too!