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I LOVE these little astrology necklaces. So neat! And little! Love!!!

I NEED to finish my little garden project for this year. I still have a long ways to go, seeds that were started are still for the most part not in the ground yet, and hopefully that will change this weekend. I have been too busy push mowing this acre plus yard after work (it takes two days easy), and then I have also been working on my online classes, and so haven't had as much time as I would like to spend gardening. That is all about to change because my riding mower was brought back to life yesterday!!! Talk about cheek cramps. I was smiling ear to ear. Garden WILL be finished this weekend!!

Yes. I am still not finished with my Prince music mourning. Today's hear is more than one song, but three to make you smile. Whether you are a Prince fan or not, these are sure to make you smile.... I am so very fortunate that my guy loved Prince also, otherwise my obsession would probably drive anyone else mad. I share so many life memories with Prince music... I remember vividly listening to Dirty Mind when Christian and I were first dating (almost 17 years ago!!!). One of the things we dug about each other was our love of music... Listening to records was THE thing we did the first several times we hung out! <3 Awwww!!! I love thinking of those days!! Also, I just figured out I could make the Love Symbol on my keyboard! Ha! I am a nerd...  O(+>  

THIS LIST according to Wikipedia of unreleased Prince projects (man, can you even imagine the unreleased music that may still come?)..... and this one Kevin Smith project in particular that I am pretty curious about....

"In the summer of 2001, writer/director Kevin Smith contacted Prince to gain permission to use "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" for a scene in his movie Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Although he was denied permission, he agreed to film a documentary of reactions, questions and answers during one of Prince's fan weeks at his recording studios, Paisley Park. Most of the footage comes from five sessions of Prince and Smith discussing music with fans. The footage still resides in Prince's vault, while some was used to promote The Rainbow Children album and as background video at some of his live concerts.
Smith described the experience in his 2002 live video An Evening with Kevin Smith; according to An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder, Prince was intending to edit the film into a promotional movie for Jehovah's Witnesses."

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