Sunday, February 3, 2013

Dessert

This walks hand in hand with yesterday's post.




If this seems familiar, I dedicated a similar video to Everyone on a HERE'S TO YOU THURSDAY post a while back.  Okay.  Waaaay back.  So, you would have to be a long-time reader of this blog to recall it. 

It is the flip-side inspirational good stuff to yesterday's ramblings.  Delicious, no?

6 comments:

  1. ROBIN ~
    That was pretty freakin' great!

    I was aware of a few of those pre-success failures already (e.g., Michael Jordan and Albert Einstein) but most of 'em were new to me.

    I think the one I liked best was Walt Disney. No imagination and no original ideas. HA!-HA!-HA! No, not much.

    I'm gonna add one to that list. Here goes:

    He was expelled from music class in high school
    for "lack of musical ability".


    Waylon Jennings
    (Founder of the "Outlaw" Country movement and the most entertaining music performer I ever had the great pleasure to watch performing on a stage. I saw 4 Waylon shows at 3 different venues. I've been fortunate to have seen a lot of concerts and some really tremendous, memorable performers - like Bruce Springsteen and Brenda Lee - but Waylon was the best of all. Just think how good he might have been had he been blessed with even a little "musical ability".)

    Incidentally, that little known Waylon fact about his being expelled from music class in high school comes from page 33 of his autobiography.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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    1. Thank you for sharing that information about Mr. Waylon Jennings. So many wildly successful people are merely people who kept on trying, despite the "noise in the background."

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  2. You know what they say about people and their opinions...Great post robin.

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    1. Yeah, I know what they say... hahaha.

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  3. Robin: You really have your finger on the pulse of success. I think it's terrific.

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