Battle of the Bands

Melancholy March #BOTB results

Good-morning, kittens and dawgs! Please, bear with me kind BoTBers. I have a temporary announcement before proceeding to the this morning’s top news. Not that this isn’t worthy of attention because it definitely is. Last week, Les from Ink Interrupted nominated me for the 3DQC.

Isn’t she a lovely, sweet thing? No, really I mean that because Les is one of my sources of inspiration and I felt this is something that I can benefit me and perhaps you, too.

For day 1 of the challenge, I only felt it fitting to find a quote dealing with one of my fondest passions – music.

Quote borrowed from Brainy Quote and image saved from Google search
Music quote on loan from Brainy Quote and image borrowed from Taylor Marrow.

The rules are simple, sorta, but it doesn’t necessarily mean I’ll follow them to a tee because well that’s just the way I am – a rule breaker. However I do like playing fair, so I will list them below.

1. Post for three consecutive days.
2. Choose and share one or three quotes each day.
3. Challenge three one additional bloggers each day. (This is the rebel in me, folks.)

Would you like to host the Three Day Quote Challenge? If you would, then ask me to include you. Today’s, lucky recipient is  Janie Junebug. Feel free to accept or decline without repercussions, my friend!


Okay now to find out who won in the March 1st BoTBs between Julie London and Runtlalala singing Melancholy March. Throughout this showdown one artist dominated the showdown and the final tally of 15 to 3 makes Julie London the winner.

Congratulations Miss Calendar Girl and thanks to every body who participated. Hop over to Stephen’s place to see how the other competitions went down.

I’ll be back here on the 15th for round 2 of BoTB and you’re invited. Meanwhile, I hope to see you tomorrow for {not-so}Wordless Wednesday and Day 2 of 3DQC. This is Curious as a Cathy signing off with a YouTube Julie London song collection….

I born and raised in the Appalachian mountains of southern WV. I was a child bride when I married my high school sweetheart in 1979. We moved to Knoxville, TN to begin our life. Determined to prove nay-Sayers from our community wrong, I completed my education and went on to earn an A.S. in computer programming. From 1983-1987, I worked as a computer system’s manager. That’s a glorified title for someone who trouble shoots and maintains system back-ups. After the birth of our first child in 1988, I took early retirement. What have I been doing for the last 25+ years? I am proud to say, I am a SAHM and for most of those years I home-schooled our three children from K-12. Now, the nest is empty.


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