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25 Aug

Tunesday Theme Songs

Everyone can relate to the infuriating moment(s) when your friend won't stop singing a song and you inadvertently have it stuck in your head. Theme songs, more than any other songs in my opinion, have that (sometimes annoying) ability to stay with you for days. This Tunesday's post is all about catchy television intro songs. There are iconic ones that span back to Gilligan's Island. However, to include every one since then would be almost as annoying to write about, as it is when your friend won't stop singing one of them. Take a listen below to some of our favorites!
Although they are all winners, our #1 is Happy Days. What is yours? Make sure to comment with your answer below!...
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22 Aug

Little Drops of Lemon… I Mean Heaven

Sometimes you can find happiness and beauty in the unexpected. Brenda of Lemon Drop Glass began making display pieces and jewelry as a hobby around 5 years ago. The name Lemon Drop is derived from the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow. More specifically the line, "where troubles melt like lemon drops", which is how working with glass makes her feel. She works out of her garage studio and because it's her own project, there is the added element of love and passion in each piece. Thankfully for us, she began selling them! After spotting the "spheres ring" on a friend of mine, I knew I wanted one to add to my collection of hand candy. Her silver and glass pieces are sold on a small...
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18 Aug


Dave Grohl. This tunesday is dedicated to David Eric Grohl- the man, the myth, the LEGEND. Having first discovered his talents while listening to Nevermind by Nirvana, there has always been something rockingly enchanting about his ability to annihilate drum sets and shred guitar strings. Despite his notable contributions, all things considered, Grohl was more of a background player in Nirvana. Enter: The Foo Fighters. I'm not sure why I didn't start listening to them until high school but, once I did, I was sold. According to Dave, "through Kurt, [he] saw the beauty of minimalism and the importance of music that's stripped down." Perhaps that's why I liked them so much. He also said in Foo Fighters, A Complete Guide, "We all love music, whether it's the...
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