If I had a dollar for every time in the last couple of weeks that I heard that Whitney Houston was the best singer ever, I'd probably have about $20. One so-called pundit said it was arguable that she was the best singer of all time. Johnnny would stress the "arguable". I would argue that one.When they made this declaration, weren't they forgetting about: Robert Plant, Freddie Mercury, Stevie Wonder, Jon Anderson (Yes), Ella Fitzgerald, Adam Lambert, Frank Sinatra, Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Michael Jackson, Sir Paul McCartney, Etta James, and Todd Rundgren? Apparently so.
Kit and I just got new cell phones! We've now finally entered the world of texting. We had texting capability with our older phones, but texting on a number pad is so slow. We each now have the Kyocera Brio (with the full keyboard) on the major recommendation of Brother Scott. Thank you, Scotty. Thank you, Sprint. Thank you, Kyocera. Thank you, Blogger.
Every weekend, I bring all of our recyclables to one of the area recycling centers. (Hopefully everyone recycles. If you don't, thanks for starting.) This was an early morning frosty fence that was waiting to be photographed.
As you drive through Fargo on I-94, you're bound to see this arched walk-way. Some people call it an over-walk, some call it the Fargo Arch and some call it the Gateway to the West**. Whatever you want to call it, it needs some twinkly lights or something to really make it look great at night. (Click on the picture to see it in its full glory.) **Some say that St. Louis copied the idea of Fargo's Archway for their larger version.