Is there a doctor in the house?

18 04 2010

In the early 80’s I think every female from age 14 to 40 had one thing in common … his name; Rick Springfield.  The Australian native, Springfield, dominated the American pop rock music scene once the infamous hit “Jessie’s Girl” was released in 1981 and blew up the music charts bringing him to super stardom in a very short period of time.  At the same time, he also was busy making his mark on the small screen as Dr. Noah Drake on the emmy award winning soap opera “General Hospital”.  The combination of the two careers he was managing at the time made Rick Springfield a household name.  Every girl wanted him and every guy wanted to be him (even though they wouldn’t admit to it).

Springfield left high school at the age of 17 to pursue a career in music.  He joined 3 bands during that period and even traveled to Vietnam to entertain the troops with the band MPD, Ltd in 1969.  In 1972, at age 22, he relocated to Hollywood, California to seek out a solo career as a musician.  He struggled to find his place in the market at the time because record producers were not interested in his sound or look.  Though he did not desire to be a pop-idol, he was continuously pushed into that realm.  He wanted to be taken more seriously.  In turn, though acting played second fiddle to his desire to be a presence in music, he eventually scored a role on “General Hospital” in 1981.  At the same time, he fortunately captured the attention of RCA records with whom he recorded his first hit album “Working Class Dog”.   Both he and his agent at the time suspected the album wouldn’t be a hit, which is why he took the acting position.  Much to everyone’s surprise, the first song released from the album, “Jessie’s Girl”, quickly rose to #1 on the charts which meant Springfield had to work overtime between his two blossoming careers.  From 1981 to 1983, he would continue to portray Dr. Drake on television while embarking on world tours to promote his music.  The two careers worked hand in hand, even though it was hard on him, as they promoted each other making “General Hospital” the most popular show on daytime television and Springfield the most sought after pop musician in the industry during that period.   In 1982 the album “Success Hasn’t Spoiled Me Yet” was released followed in 1983 by his biggest hit album, “Living in Oz”.  Also, during those first 3 years of his stardom, Springfield received the honors of “Favorite Male Pop Artist” and “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance”.  In 1984, He made his first feature length film, “Hard to Hold” which was backed by his album/soundtrack of the same title.  The plot was, of course, about the struggles of rock stardom and romance.  A bit of a romantic comedy, though I do not suspect that was the writers’ intention.  Though the film did not do well in the box office, it was still a big hit among the ladies featuring Springfield in many mouth watering scenes and making it the date movie of the 1984.

It was a bitter sweet success for Springfield because he longed to be recognized as a serious musician, but seemed to find himself ranked as a teen idol.  His 30-something baby face was plastered on the cover of every teen magazine while he aspired to be on the cover of more reputable magazines such as “Rolling Stone”.  In 1985 Springfield took a break from his careers to spend time at home with his new born son and wife as well as to deal with a state of depression he had been battling for many years following the death of his father.   From 1985-1988 Springfield recorded 3 more records, though they did not find nearly the success of their 3 predecessors.  Then, after a long break in recording, he began to record more introspective work that seemed to define his metamorphosis from overcoming to depression to accepting the life he was blessed with.  In 2004 he released the album “Shock/Denial/Anger/Acceptance” which showed a deeper and more intellectual side of Springfield.  It was an album he was very proud of that truly seemed to reflect the artist he wanted to be from the beginning.  He had come to a point in his life when he could actually embrace the fame he always fought.  Once he felt his baby faced good looks were a curse, but in later years he embraced the fame the pop industry had given him.  Today his audiences are the same young ladies who loved him, but they are now adults.  He still has sell-out shows and in 2008 released a top 40 album, “Venus in Overdrive”.

In 2003 I was thrilled at the opportunity to finally see him in concert, as I was too young in the 80’s to be allowed to go to any of his shows.  It was a terrible fate for me as both my sisters were old enough and got to come home and brag about it as I sat at home, listening to his records and sobbing.  But, alas, my opportunity had come in the fall of ’03 when Rick Springfield was coming to my home town to perform.  The interesting thing about the event was, at the time I was working in sales among a total of 4 sales women.  Our boss said who ever made the most sales in a 3 month period would get to choose tickets of their choice to a show at the local casino for an all expense paid evening of fun.  The good news is, of course, I won.  I never worked so hard in my life.  The bad news was, by the time the contest was over there were no good seats left available and we ended up on the 33rd row.  It was our entire office.  The boss and his wife, co-workers and their spouses … and I was spouseless, so I ended up taking my sister as my date.  The music was so uplifting. I sang along word for word.  I was so excited to be there.  He sounded better than ever.  I was bobbing up & down and standing in the aisles so I could catch a good glimpse of the still hunky Rick Springfield.

As a person who always demands front row at shows, I pulled some of my old tricks.  I grabbed my sister by the hand and suggested we simply walk up to the front and see what happens.  She was skeptical, but I pushed on through with her in tow.  The annoying thing about casino shows is they always give away the best seats of a show to their biggest gamblers … the people who spend their life savings there have earned those seats.  That’s commendable, except those people are usually well past retirement age and holding their ears at a rock concert. Yet, they are the same kind of people who would never refuse anything free.  Go figure.  So, I look around and feel like I’m in an old folks home.  I look up at Rick who seems very pleased to see my young face among them.  He begins to play one of my favorite songs, “Kristina”, a b-side from one of his chat topping hits.  I look back at him with a smile, push through a few blue haired bouffants and climb up on the stage to join him in song and dance.  I look back down at my blushing sister who didn’t have the courage to push past those old folks and I give her a chuckle as I do a little dirty dancing on stage with the dreamy Rick Springfield.  I’m beaming as the cameras roll and I hear my work mates back on row 33 hoopin’ & hollarin’.  It was an unforgettable moment.  At the end of “Kristina” I gave Rick a hug and jumped off the stage, floating back to my seat.

Rick Springfield cornered the market like no other, in my humble opinion.  He ruled the small screen and the music charts during the decade of decadence, when he was faced with a lot of serious competition.  He played some incredible guitar, though he wasn’t taken seriously as he should’ve been.  Every song in his repertoire had memorable lyrics and catchy hooks that couldn’t be beat.  He was a little bit rock and roll and a little bit punk and a whole lot pop, but he was good … really good.  So good, in fact, that he still has a huge following today and continues to have a successful career in music and the small screen.

Thus far in his career, he has starred in two major motion pictures, 3 shows on television and numerous Broadway acts.  He has released 7 studio albums to reach top 40 status, 4 of which were in the top 20.  He has been involved in several charitable works, including a private concert for the benefit of a family friend with cancer and Bob Geldof’s “Live Aid” concert in 1985 to help those in Ethiopia.  Springfield has also participated in judging the Independent Music Awards among the likes of Roger Daltry, Buddy Guy, Lou Reed and many other highly respected musicians.

Today Rick is currently on tour and has recently released his autobiography, “Late, Late at Night”. Next month, production begins on a documentary following Rick’s career from past to present titled “Affair of the Heart” (after one of his more famous hits).  Rick says of the documentary, “My fans are the most amazing humans on this planet.  This documentary will not just focus on me, but on them and the connection we share.”

On a side note, Rick is a well known dog lover who included his “best friend” on the covers of some of his albums as well as recording songs about them.  I find this to be kinda cool.  I guess because I’m a dog lover myself and would put my dogs on album covers as well.

To learn more about Rick, his official website is here: http://www.rickspringfield.com/

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50 responses

18 04 2010
B

Now that is a man who I wouldn’t mind getting a hug from. LOL I’m not a huge Springfield fan, but I did love him as Dr. Noah Drake. Who wouldn’t want their doctor to look like that and you’re right, he’s still sexy! 😀

18 04 2010
suzrocks

Man, my heart was pounding out of my chest when I was beside him. He has quite a presence. Thanks for visiting 🙂

18 04 2010
izziedarling

I LOVED him – so glad to find your blog. You know so much. Do you know what happened to Steve Perry/Journey? Just asking….

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Hello & thanks! I’m a big fan. As for Steve Perry, I’m not positive but I think he had a bout with throat cancer. Though I believe he beat it, I know he has decided never to reunite with Journey or do any more singing for that matter… which is a real shame because he has such great vocals. I will have to look it up to be sure of the facts, but I know the story is something along those lines. Stick around. I write a lot of blogs about music you might enjoy.

19 04 2010
uncle jailbird

YOU RAWK!!!! i didn’t enjoy 80s pop when i was in the 80s, but now with all the dreck on the radio…

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Ha! Really? You liked this? That’s great. I think he’s so talented but guys are auto-tuned to ignore him because of his status. He’s got some great work. Some of which is really thought provoking, but most is just plain fun. Thanks for commenting Uncle J!

19 04 2010
Richardttu

Well, it was only a matter of time till you hit a sore spot with me. When I started college in the late 80’s I hated Rick Springfield. Every girl I dated talked about him. Any time one of his songs came on the radio, the world needed to stop, lest his song become hard to here. All of these events reminded me that i never was (or will be) hot, sexy, or a great singer. I could not compete, and I never had a relationship last more than a few weeks. I am certain till this day it was because I did not measure up to him. once he fell out of favor, then my success at relationships improved.

19 04 2010
suzrocks

This made me laugh… though I didn’t mean to laugh at your outpouring of emotion. I think he had that affect on every guy at the time, and every girl for that matter. I’m sorry for your struggles caused by Dr. Dreamy… lol. I think that’s why a lot of guys never gave him a chance and why he was never taken seriously … he was just too much eye candy! But, in all seriousness, he had skillz! As for you, don’t stress on what (YOU THINK) you’re not, but on what you can be. Life is ever changing. I didn’t pick up the guitar until I was in my late 20’s. Chin up, sweet heart. You have more going for you than I think you may realize… and besides, it’s not the 80’s any more 🙂

19 04 2010
hurl

my girlfriend friend, judy, in 5th grade had a crush on rick. being the insecure kid i was, i thought she was cheating on me. she had I LOVE RICK written on her bedroom door and his pictures all over her room. i was angry about it. i had never heard of rick springfield and believed she was lying that he was a famous singer and really was seeing a kid named rick.

19 04 2010
suzrocks

LOL… he did wreak havock in many young relationships during the 80’s… ha! So, when you learned the truth did you attempt to take Judy back or had she already moved on? I know how fickle 5th grades can be!

19 04 2010
hurl

we broke up later because she was way too agressive for innocent me. she was a slutty little 5th grader. funny thing… one night as a senor in high school, some friends and i were really drunk and at a party in a neighbor near where she lived in 5th grade. i knocked on the door at 2:00 am and asked for judy. the man who answered the door said “no judy lives here.” i was drunk and told him she was my girlfriend 7 years previously. he said they had lived there for 5 years. i was 18 looking for my ex-slutty 5th grade girlfriend who no doubt was not 18 and probably even sluttier. oh well.

19 04 2010
suzrocks

You are nuts, Earl. I cracked up at this story. Had it been my house, my dad woulda knocked you out. We lived in the same house all my life… they’ve lived there 50 years now… lol. Perhaps the Rick Springfield was working in your favor back in the day, but you didn’t even realize it. He certainly provoked some slutty thoughts in my pubescent head, but … alas … I was far from desirable in my school days, so all those desperate boys missed out, lol.

19 04 2010
Matt K

I can’t say that I am really a huge fan. But you love him so that is all that matters. lol

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Well, I know he’s not your musical taste… but just admit that he’s hot, even at 50 let alone back in the day!

19 04 2010
wordofabe

Suz! You got ballz, girl!
🙂
You sound like a fun gal…jumping up on the stage with him. I was never a big fan, but maybe that’s because I was the oldest kid in the house and my musical influencer was my dad…my first exposures to rock were Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, and Frank Zappa–lots and lots of Frank Zappa. I used to freak out the other kids at Christian school singing “Ram it! Ram it! Ram it! Ram it up your poop shoot!” I didn’t know what that meant, but it sounded cool!

19 04 2010
suzrocks

I have a wide variety of favorites in my music collection. Rick is a definite part, yes, and mainly for sentimental reasons but there’s a lot of Zappa in there too. That’s funny, poop shoot sounded cool. lolololololol

19 04 2010
DIANA

I loved Rick Springfield, my room was adorned in posters of him! Thanks for the sweet memories!

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Gosh he was so hunky. This was the only thing my sister and I, whom I shared a room with, agreed on … so thank goodness for that, lol

19 04 2010
Mike Tucci

Susan,
That’s quite a big statement: “Every girl wanted him and every guy wanted to be him (even though they wouldn’t admit to it).” I personally puked when that song came–I remember it because I was a freshman in high school. It was just cheezy-ass pop garbage and has never gotten better with age! Be him–I think I would have rather been stranded on desert island that be him! Sure fame and fortune and crooning women might be great, but I would have rather that come in the guise of being a real musician/performer/songwriter–read: The Who, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Yes, Rush, Deep Purple, etc…hell I was just getting heavily into into Judas Priest, Dio, Rainbow, and the very next year 1982 was a banner year in my musical knowledge and growth when friend told me: “dude, you HAVE to listen to this tune…” It was “The Trooper” by Iron Maiden–one listen and I was hooked!! I’ll bet Rick Springfield couldn’t even tell you what the Crimean War was let alone the Charge of the Light Brigade or write a lyric that expressed the emotional trauma of making a charge one knew one would never return from and lying on a battlefield completely alone as the life drained from your body!!

For me, there was always far more to music than a 3 chord pop ditty and superficial lyrics that catered to the mass of shallow look-a-like teen public!!

So…I guess suffice it to say I would rather have been Bruce Dickinson than Rick Springfield!!

Mike

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Boy, I really ruffled some feathers with this blog. Well, let’s be realistic… I’m a child of the 80’s… a female at that. You and I both know I love Led Zeppelin, Metal, Classic Rock…etc… but I do have a soft spot for things like Rick or Duran Duran…etc… It’s just part of my make up 🙂 Now a lot of people knock Rick as if he had zero talent, but I disagree. I’m a musician and a serious music enthusiast. If he didn’t have talent, he wouldn’t have been so popular… I mean, yeah, good looks did get him pretty far … but he had some catchy lyrics and hooks that stuck, like it or not. I mean, there’s a lot of music I don’t like… but that doesn’t mean it’s not good, it’s just not my taste. If Rick Springfield were your tasted I’d be shocked, concerned and amused…lol

19 04 2010
wolfshadesblog

Like Abe said – you DO got ballz. I really really like you Suz. That’s just the way to do it too – to hell with social norms and expectations. You want something? Go for it!

Awesome writeup. Even though I didn’t want to be Rick. Not at all. He was a cool character on GH though. (No, not admitting I saw the show. Nor am I admitting that my first crush on Meg Ryan started when she was on another soap). *grin*

20 04 2010
suzrocks

So, I guess you never watched “As the World Turns” either… not that that was the soap Meg was on or anything… lol.
The thing about Rick is he was very marketable… and why? Because he has what it takes… end of story. Guys weren’t supposed to like him… and I don’t necessarily mean guys wanted to be him, but they certainly did want to be wanted the way he was… lol. Maybe he wasn’t as hot in Canada, but somehow I suspect he was.

19 04 2010
newamba

that’s awesome you got to see him and even dirty dance with him, too! you rock, suz!

19 04 2010
suzrocks

Thanks. It was an unforgettable moment.

19 04 2010
drew

Who is Rick Springfield? lol… I am sure he sucked… haha… j/k… I loved Jessie’s girl and a few of his other songs, but they just didn’t have that staying power with me. I got tired of them over time. I am glad he didn’t just fade away and never do any more music or anything like some people do when they become that popular and then fall out of that tremendous limelight.

I am shocked you climbed on the stage. That is a trip. I am sure you will never forget that moment. 🙂

20 04 2010
suzrocks

Of all things to shock you, I’m surprised that would be on your list. You should know I’ve got brass ballz when it comes to rock stars!!! I can see how the music wouldn’t have staying power. For me, it defined an era in my life… so it was special and that’s a big part of why I still listen to it today. I humbly admit, there are some artists I enjoy listening to tremendously to the point that I can’t decipher if my affections are strictly sentimental or the music is really that good. I can’t help but think that Rick really is that good, but maybe … subconsiously … it’s really just a sentimental thing! LOL Good to see you here, Drew. I like it better here… but a lot of folks aren’t biting. What do you think of this site?

20 04 2010
wordofabe

I like it here, too. I don’t think you will ever have as many commentors, though…just the nature of the sight. I could be wrong, though! In fact, I don’t even know what I’m talking about. 🙂

20 04 2010
suzrocks

I like the features and appearance better here. I guess, like everything, it will just take some getting used to. I was on another site before myspace and in the beginning I was disappointed in myspace’s results, but then it became my #1. I think, as a writer, this site has better potential on a professional level here. Don’t you?

20 04 2010
drew

This will never get you the readership myspace does. No way that will ever happen. Myspace is a community where people can openly and very publicly pimp blogs, and they are ranked which makes them even MORE public. All of the other places like this have no chance. Even if they are easier to use, but what would you expect of a site hardly anyone is on?

For all the bitching about myspace, I wish people would remember, the have hosted the largest number of people EVER! Their site competed with google for hits, and all google does is search. It does nothing else really. Myspace is a dynamic place with millions upon millions of people from around the world.

Please don’t let the drama of the blogosphere get you down, time changes and corrects that shit. The drama will fade away, in time. It will.

Bloggers that write well and express good thoughts are going to grow. Abe would have already a lot if he ever pimped himself, but he doesn’t. I understand Abe, I don’t either, but I am just saying.

Like I said before Susan, where am I going to go to read the huge number of blogs I read today? Where all in one site?

So on your comment to me Susan, I thought you more intimidated about approaching them, and jumping on the stage is like approaching him. That is why it shocked me. I know you make no bones and have brass balz to put yourself before them, and do your thing, but I didn’t think you would jump on stage. lol….. good for you sweets. That is awesome you did.

As for his staying power, I am sure much of it is sentimental for you, but you know what? Who gives a shit? lol…. if the music has staying power for you then it IS THAT GOOD. That is all that matters. Not what I think, or anyone else thinks.

20 04 2010
suzrocks

In short, you’re right and I know it… but I am still enjoying my space from myspace. I won’t stay gone… no fear. I miss everyone and the action too much, but I’m going to continue here too. I really like this site, and I think, in time it will catch on. Gotta go for now… borrowed PC time again…

21 04 2010
Elaine

Keep writing these, because I missed the 80s musically. Three kids and the car radio didnt work! Ha! I also never watched soaps

Rick was a hot number!

xoxox

21 04 2010
suzrocks

Oh man… that was my era to grow up, though I often feel I was born too late… about 10 years too late. I can probably write 1,000,000,000 blogs about the 80’s lol. Glad to see you here! Thanks!!

21 04 2010
Elaine

WHY is my icon so goofy? lol sheesh

21 04 2010
suzrocks

I don’t know!?!? Do they give you options or just stick you with one? LOL

22 04 2010
Mello

WORD! It’s cooler over here. I can leave god damned comments. Myspazz is driving me loca! It’s totally messing up.

Anyway, I never really liked Rick Springfield. I mean to say, I liked him more of Dr. Drake. He had some hits though and was cute. I’ll dance to Jesse’s Girl, etc.

The 80’s were a cool time for entertainment (in my opinion) plus he had skills for sure. I really enjoyed learning about him here, also your layout is hardcore, I LOVE IT.

22 04 2010
suzrocks

I think it’s so much better here… at least for the serious writer v/s the blogger who likes drama and ranking over there. I love myspace and the fun I’ve had there, but he blog world has gone down dramatically due to envy and bullying and drama and before I get sucked into any of that, I want to go ahead and start establishing myself somewhere new & better. I like this site. It certainly has a better appearance.
I am all about making changes. I have recently quit smoking. I haven’t made a big production of it because I’m not really excited about it, I love smoking. It’s like me telling you I just got divorced and he was an asshole, but it’s still a divorce… lol. I’m pretty sure it will last this time though… because I have acquired a smoker’s cough that is quite frightening and some other bad smoker elements that I want out of my life. I miss it terribly and I still love it, but coughing 24/7 and spewing blood in the morning isn’t worth it.
Anyway, yeah, the 80s… yes, the coolest of times for entertainment. Rick was really smart.
Well, holla at me later… I’ll be around. I’m working on a script with Neil for a contest… wish us luck!

24 04 2010
Mello

LUCK!

by the way, i wasn’t notified that you had commented. i checked both ‘notify me of follow-up’ and subscribe’

as for the action that will remain nameless, i’m thrilled!!

24 04 2010
suzrocks

What about this time? Did it work??

25 04 2010
-slj

I’m finally here and what a romp through the 80’s! I remember all the college girls loyal to General Hospital swooning over Dr. Drake. Cynics were probably happy his character got munched in the original BattleStar Galactica.

But you make an insteresting point: He may or may not ride constant fame during the fickle roller coaster of the entertainment industry, but he’s still working, oppesed to many others who burn out. It really makes him a…working class dog (and dog lover). Well done Suz! –Steve

25 04 2010
suzrocks

I totally forgot about Battlestar Galactica! Touche’!!! Yeah, while he isn’t riding constant fame he’s still doing some really cool stuff… it’s not so commercial any more as it is personal, but I really respect that and he still tours and gives the fans what they want. In fact, I’ll probably be seeing him again later this year … and I can hardly wait!!!

25 04 2010
Sonyata

My name is Suzrocks… I am a rock-n-roll-aholic.

The first part of your treatment is to admit your condition. There is a twelve step program for people like you, Suz. Or is that a twelve tone treatment?

You are every rock-n-roll icons best kept secret – a fan who absolutely loves their music. You are the spark that helps them to believe in themselves, and set the audience on fire. You are one of their props.

So we give you props, too, Suz. Love.

Where would we be without the music? When my years were lonely, and I was lost, I often resided in the comfort of the music. It takes me to places where only the spirit can fly.

25 04 2010
suzrocks

Awwww… thanks so much my friend. It’s good to see you here. I truly do love my music. I call it mine and like you,, it was often my happy place too … still is and always will be. I don’t even want to think of an answer for “where would we be without the music”? I would be a different person and probably a lot less pleasant… lol.

25 04 2010
Tristan

Never one of my favorites. I guess I always assumed his musical popularity was driven by his exposure on General Hospital. Of course I also thought his popularity was driven more by his looks than his talent. Having said that, and in retrospect, I do have to give the man my respect for having continued to drive himself through his career and for having produced work that has lasted so far. At this point I have to say that he’s risen and lasted because of his talent not despite a lack of it. Good for him.

25 04 2010
suzrocks

Well, in retrospect, he’s not many guy’s favorite at all. But, as you said, he’s lasting power is something to marvel if nothing else. Without a doubt it was his good looks that got him as far as it did at the time, but the fact that his music still gets radio play and he still has sell out shows just goes to show that there’s more to it than what meets the eye. Of course, I believe much of it is sentimental like my own affections for him and his music. Thanks for stopping by, Tristan.

25 04 2010
Blades

yeah… Springfield…. ummm I know one song(jessie’s girl), and ONLY because my aunt played it over and over again on the 8-track (oh GAWD it really IS that old of a song!) she was only 5 years older than me.
While she was listening to that over and over again, I was rocking out to Ozzy, Sabbath, Iron Butterfly, and watching re-runs of the Addams Family (ok, the original Morticia hottest piece of goth ass or WHAT?) eventually a few years later I switched interest more into the punk realm, and she was still listening to the easy listening tunes of Springfield, fortunately it wasnt just THAT song, but i never actually remembered any of the other songs she listened to by him.

Glad ya got to see him finally though, its always a rush when you finally see a musician youve ALWAYS wanted to see.

25 04 2010
suzrocks

It’s funny… I’ve written a lot over here and hardly got any of my friends from “over there” to check it out, then I write about a bubble gum icon from my youth and all my boys from “over there” finally visit and are like… WTF?!?!? LOL Rick Springfield had a formula that worked… the man was a genius whether you love him or hate him because the formula worked so good he’s still touring to sold out audiences nearly 30 years later!!! You know I mostly love metal music myself… and during that Rick Springfield era my truest love was (and still is) Van Halen (Dave years only mind you!). But, Rick seemed to capture the affection of every female. It was a rush finally seeing him … especially dancing with him.
Iron Butterfly? Really? How old were you?!!? LOL
THANKS for visiting me, Dave 🙂

29 04 2010
New Music: Scars on Broadway, Alice Cooper

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4 05 2010
suzrocks

Hey there whoever you are, I know you were spamming but I really did enjoy your page. I love Alice Cooper and obviously I love Rick Springfield. Interesting stuff.

27 06 2014
google

I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post
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going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already 😉 Cheers!

29 06 2014
suzrocks

Many thanks, I haven’t blogged in quite some time due to circumstances but I’ll be back 🙂

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