First I want to say thank you...
Thank you so much to all of you that left comments on my last post. Whether you left one for the first time, or have once in awhile, or have every time... I so enjoyed reading each and every single one. And I'm still reading them as they come in and will be answering more of them as soon as I can :)
I normally don't answer ALL the comments on my blog, unless they're from readers that don't have one, but I thought that this time I would make the effort to do so, because I asked a favor of all of you and I wanted you to know that I care.
I care that you took the time to introduce yourselves and I loved hearing about your lives and/or why you visit me or even if you just said "Hello".
All of you warmed my heart.
So, thank you.
Now, let's go back in time to 1938...
I have two songs this time and both were sung by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross.
First is "Thanks for the Memory".
Written by Ralph Rainger with lyrics by Leo Robin for the film "The Big Broadcast of 1938".
It eventually became Mr. Hope's signature song.
Do any of you remember the Bob Hope specials?
I used to love them :)
Next is "Two Sleepy People".
Written by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics written by Frank Loesser.
A lot of people have recorded this song, but to me this one is the sweetest.
Here they are singing it in the movie "Thanks for the Memory"
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!
And thank you again :)