You know what it's like - it's late at night, you're tired, you've had a long day and you just want top settle down and listen to the radio. And then you remember and the memory sends cold spasms of guilt and fear down your spine. You jump up and your partner looks at you, know that there is something terribly wrong but hardly daring to ask. Eventually she says, "Why, what on earth is the matter dear?" and you dread having to confess that which you must confess. And at last those words come out, the words you had hoped you would never have to say. "I have forgotten to put up the Sepia Saturday prompt!!!"
So apologies for it being late, but by now you must know what to do. Post your post on or around the 11th of March and add a link to the list below. And take a look at the themes I will no doubt forget to post for the rest of the month.
Well you got it changed so all is forgiven. :) I thought you were going to tell us the wife was dreading to confess she'd forgotten to pay the electric bill. Anyway - I'm all about radio.
The subtitle to my contribution this week is "Whilst it may have been video that killed the radio star, photography just ignored it for years"
Put your arm around me, Honey!
Going back to homes before electricity! Just imagine.
The bookshelf caught my eye and reminded me of my mother and grandmother's favourite book.
I’ve got it taped this week!
My Uncle Louis Cleage and his ham radio, with a cigarette.
Old Time radio music with a cowboy flare.
Late, late, late, but hopefully not TOO late for a few people to read and to listen to the clip I've included here.
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