Why are you still on CAF when everyone else has gone to bed?


#21

I check in through the day while I’m home…been busy mowing while everyone’s falling asleep today .Spring!


#22

Spring?? If you insist…


#23

:smile: :smile::grin:


#24

Sometimes I can’t help thinking how rediculous they look…not very patriotic of me is it …but those tiny little arms…


#25

Whew! That was a work out. Now, I’m not sleepy at all. Time for pasta.


#26

God does have a sense of humor, you know.

Perhaps I like them because of Winnie the pool and Christopher Robin . The story would never be the same without Kanga and Roo.


#27

Well He made me,so most definitely!
Isn’t it dangerous to go for a run so late?


#28

Hmmmm…dangerous? What is that? I have a small headlamp, rear blinkers, and some reflective clothing. And I’m on very good terms with the Bangled tigers in the neighbourhood.


#29

Rear blinkers sounds intimidating enough :slight_smile:
You could try an old man mask…I never got up the courage to wear an old lady mask while out horseriding…perhaps one day.Soon I won’t need one!:japanese_goblin:


#30

I’d get carted off by the police in less than 15 minutes, I figure. I was running in a rather upscale neighborhood tonight. There are alot of police in the town I live.

Believe it or not, I think I saw three Christmas trees in the window tonight on my run. I was a bit dumbfounded. Surely these can’t be Sunday-attending Catholics that would engage in such nonsense. :scream::scream::scream:


#31

2:00AM here. I was snoozing in the comfy chair, with my old, hot laptop keeping me warm. I had left the radio on, classical music, and about a half hour ago I was roused from my slumbers by this incredibly fast piece… (looking it up)… Oh yes, Clarinet Concerto No. 2 in E-flat, Op. 57, composed by Louis Spohr. Maybe they got a request from someone working the night shift.


#32

Good Morning, CAF!!! For your listening enjoyment on this crisp early morning in the mountains states…

https://youtu.be/ZS0AAv2l14c


#33

Ah, that is the Adagio, the gentler second movement, with piano accompaniment.

This is the more boisterous first movement (Allegro) with full orchestra. I think that’s what I heard:


#34

Indeed, probably would not lend itself to restful sleep. I should get back to listening to classical music. For a long time, I haven’t listened to any music at all which is not an all together terrible thing considering some of the possibilities for abusing the faculty of hearing. :sushing_face:

Silence can have a melody in its own right, I think.


#35

I don’t have any especially refined taste or much real knowledge of classical, I suppose. I do enjoy Debussy for starters. Probably one of his most famous pieces… fits an aspect of my personality quite well, so that’s why I like it, I think. My speakers can’t match the tonal quality unfortunately, but they’re not too shabby.


#36

We’re not really on speaking terms right now, but you’re welcome to ask him. He can be quite moody, though. Best to catch him on a good day.


#37

Nice!

Zzzz.............


#38

When I first read this post, I thought you meant your cat. :face_with_monocle:


#39

Very peaceful and calming :slight_smile: Thanks


#40

Debussy is a babe.


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