Links for the mixmania! participant's blogs can be found *HERE* (as well as links for the slackers who have STILL not posted their song lists) so you can find out who mixed your gem - or harass one of the guilty if you still don't have your disk.
Damn, that's a long lead-in. I'd love to shorten it but - well, TOOMA says I'm too militant (a righteous anger, however, says she) - it would be a brief thing if everyone had ponyed up as they promised. I'd like it to say, "See your mixmania! links here" and leave it at that. We'll see.
I just hope August's mixmania! is hitch-less (and bitchless, er, meaning I don't have anything to bitch about). So far I've had several suggestions on the theme for the next how-do-ya-do and they include:
- A work-out mix
- Driving mix (meaning driving a car, I assume)
- Drinking songs (considering what I do, hopefully not done in tandem with the above suggestion)
- Cars (not to be confused with driving, says the suggester)
- Alphabet soup (i.e. "done a couple of ways The last
letter in the song title must be the same letter that
the next song title begins with. Alternatively use
the artist name in the same fashion. Or a combination
of those two. And there's always the straight ABC
also, though at 26 songs we're probably talking a 2 CD
- Reminds me of home
If I spaced your suggestion, please remind me.
I'm voting for "driving" because my suggestion was "driving late at night" although I think it'd be best to leave it at just "driving" and let you decide where the driving is being done: cruising the Av, along Highway One, Route 66, to Granny's house, etc., and you can just assume mine will be about "late at night" (to be explained in a later post). I'll make this post where everyone can vote - voting ends midnight MST July 31 and on August 1 I'll announce the theme as well as our next round of a disk exchange. You have until 11:59 MST Friday night to suggest a theme (also on this link) but I'll start taking votes, now, immediately, get to it, it's your mixmania! after all.
Oh, and the title of this post. Lilly was complaining of a "sore leg" - fair enough, at her age I had growing pains as well and, as I remember, they weren't fun. But I also remember that they went away.
The title of my post reflects how I answer the pain. Within 10 minutes, she's asleep and the crisis has passed.
Daddy kisses still rule.