Thank you for visiting “Life and Random Thinking” today!
I was talking with my uncle in Saskatchewan yesterday and he commented “I think everyone eventually is going to catch Covid 19”. At that moment, it did seem that way.
I could only agree because I caught it last week, and so did my household. Everyone has been multiple vaccinated. The vaccines seem to work, we are holding up fairly well, not having breathing problems, not hospitalized either.
We are all isolating ourselves according to the guidelines from CDC. I am quarantining myself from any indoor spots for two weeks. I am now feeling well enough to walk for an hour again, and I am sure a bike ride will be no problemo. But staying away from people except from my own household.
My Turn to Dance
I chose for the title, “My Turn to Dance” because “Staying Alive – Bee Gees” came up on my playlist.
The Bee Gee’s were an amazing group with success that lasted 45 years beginning in 1958.
According to Smoothradio.com – the story behind the lyrics is as follows, and I quote.
Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb wrote the song over a few days while working on a staircase at the Château d’Hérouville studio near Paris.
Robin said: “The subject matter of ‘Stayin’ Alive’ is actually quite a serious one; It’s about survival in the streets of New York, and the lyrics actually say that”.
Barry Gibb added: “People crying out for help. Desperate songs. Those are the ones that become giants. The minute you capture that on record, it’s gold. ‘Stayin’ Alive’ is the epitome of that.
“Everybody struggles against the world, fighting all the BS and things that can drag you down. And it really is a victory just to survive. But when you climb back on top and win bigger than ever before, well that’s something everybody reacts to everybody”.
Jaunty kind of song, ha ha ha ha – Staying Aliiiive, and in blue was the ♥♥ Link to the Youtube and toe-tapping!
Thanks again for stopping in and reading, I will just add a few photos from a few weeks ago when I was at Skaha bluffs looking down on the valley.
It was amazing to be up there with my son, and it’s just a few minutes from home.
I welcome your comments and I always respond to them♥ – David