Thursday, 27 March 2008

C'mon, admit it...you liked them too.

As often as not, when my folks visit me, they bring me some "old stuff" to go through or get rid of. They have been downsizing for many years now, and it often means that a lot of...ahem, treasures end up finding their way here. A sort of de-junking pass the buck, as it were. Just lately they have been sorting through all their LPs (now don't get excited, Samantha, they are keeping their Elvis ones). They found these ones in their collection and realized that they must've belonged to me.And have a look, this one opens up for more close up viewing. Oh my!!Oh, you might as well just admit it, you loved them too. I know it! I showed them to Samantha a few days ago, and after she left I felt I better check and make sure they were still where I had left them, it occurred to me that she might have made off with Shaun. :-) Now, I am going to go post about the other goodies - the handmade goodies- over here.

10 comments:

Nicola said...

Oooh, I DID love the Bay City Rollers - do you have a record player? I want to hear them sing!!!

Nicola said...

PS - I loved David Cassidy too - not Shaun.

Joanne said...

Wow...I had those two albums too...I think I may have even practised kissing on that Shaun Cassidy one...eek! He was dreamy wasn't he? And oh yeah, you had to love the Bay city Rollers!

Katherine said...

Oh fun! That takes me back. So have you been playing these records, Heather?

Heather said...

Joanne - I am pretty sure that the Shaun Cassidy album came with a matching poster...my guess is that is what you practiced kissing on...don't ask me how I know this. :-)
I don't have a turn table Katherine, although you can bet my folks did offer one. Now that I think about it maybe I should take one of those big old wooden ones off of them and use it as a decorative storage unit on the back porch; on girl nights we could have a little flash back musical interlude. ;-)

Samantha said...

But if I would have made off with them, it would have been obvious that it was me. I had thought it best to wait for a girls night after a few mugs of hooch ;-)

I wish you had a record player so that I could have heard the songs. I have never heard anything by any of those boys. All I could do was admire their hairless chests and tight clothing. ;-)

Joanne said...

If I can convince Erich to fix our record player can I come to the next girls night? ;)
Joanne

Anonymous said...

My girl friend & I sang our hearts out to that very same Shaun Cassidy album in her bedroom... boy, does that bring back memories....
Thanks for sharing....
Rebecca :)

Kim said...

I still have both of those albums and also now have them on CD. It's amazing how easily the words come back to you so that you can once again sing along.

Kim

this is my patch said...

I was just a year or so too young to have appreciated the Bay City Rollers. Although I do remember Shaun Cassidy on the front of my teen magazines. Fancy these still being at your parents! x