nancy_e_davis: Hi Bill, I am a 77 year old widow. I play the ukelele too. Welcome to the sight. Lots of nice people here.Nancy -
Cariboubill: Thanks, Nancy. Hope I can figure this whole thing out.
GE Parson: 77, 78, and 75 this July, and I don't nth'n but I doos sing and preach the old time Gospel message and message and music. Looks like we have a senior group among the Fanstory community. Let's plan a Senor Poet's get-to-gather sometime this fall or spring. Bring your music tools and 4 or 5 best poems to read and we'll have a poet's hoedown. What do ya think? HUH? G.E. Parson aka Jerry Howarth -
MissMerri: What a wonderful idea Jerry. I want to be invited too. -
seewhatimwritingnow: Welcome Bill! Sounds like we have a lot in common. I turned 72 on March 8th. Have sang and played guitar all my life- Write and sing country music. Have several recordings in my Fanstory portfolio. I have songs on other's cds including Grand Ol Opry's Ernie Ashworths and Troy Cooks. I used to perform on a daily county music TV show on WCPO TV- Ohio. Good to meet someone who seems to like the same things I do! Again, WELCOME! Betty -
Selina Stambi: Love your quote, Bill. Sounds like another one that makes me smile: "just fly under the radar!" -
jules4jesus: oh wooow thats fantastic my son plays guitars and piano -
Bill and Cathy profess their love to each other under a willow tree in Tennessee before he leaves her. The year is 1964. Enlisted in the United States Air Force, he will be stationed in Texas, then Florida, before leading a Commando unit in Vietnam. The future for them remains uncertain.