Posted by: ann on: 8 December 2005
IN MEMORY OF A GREAT TALENT
1 | Amy
8 December 2005 at 19:39
Cool pic!! I myself am a Beatles fan too.
2 | DNY LOVES CRIMINAL MINDS
8 December 2005 at 20:14
It seems so unreal to me that it has been so long since he was killed. He was such a talent! :0)
3 | Tanisha
8 December 2005 at 22:07
I loved JL too. P.S. I added a lil something to your blog. I’ll meail you the username and password later.
4 | eliza
8 December 2005 at 22:27
I’m a Beatles fan too.But especially a Lennon fan.Thanks for this!!
P.S. tanisha,do you feel like doing my blog too? I’m useless.
5 | Chloe' Gardner
8 December 2005 at 23:51
It’s ironic, I was listening to “Happy Christmas” today. John Lennon was such a wonderful individual, who changed music forever- taken from us too soon.
6 | ann
9 December 2005 at 00:55
thanks tanisha ~ I’ve been sent it. Just tell me, what’s it for?
Chloe, they were playing Imagine all the time over here.
I can’t believe it was so long ago …. only seems like yesterday.
lotsa luv ann xxxxxx
7 | Allie
9 December 2005 at 01:24
my friend Liza and I always sing “Here Comes the Sun” back and forth…we were doing it today and I didn’t even realize…
8 | ann
9 December 2005 at 01:37
Hi, welcome allie: I see you like Bon Jovi and Counting Crows too. I don’t know the rest of your music except I also like Alanis.
lotsa luv ann xxxxxx
9 | Tess
9 December 2005 at 02:31
For my 8th birthday, my brother gave me ‘Hey Jude’ (back in the day of 45s) Loved them ever since.
10 | VDOFan
9 December 2005 at 03:39
Nice picture. I love the John Lennon Jewelry they sell on QVC of his artwork..that he’s done while he was alive.. if you want to take a look just go to http://www.qvc.com.
I love The Beatles cds too..their songs are great!
hugs your friend Janice
11 | Amey
9 December 2005 at 04:31
*Loooooves the Beatles*
*sniffles* Very sad. Very great guy.
12 | Shadow of a Joke
9 December 2005 at 04:54
Great man, such a shame.
13 | Geoffrey Hirschfeld
9 December 2005 at 08:18
As a songwriter and as a lover, I treasure all of his music. “Double Fantasy” and the “best of” are on my nightstand. Wanna hear something awful? The 8th is my Mom’s b-day, and she loves the beattles. A sad day for music-You are always missed, John!
14 | ann
9 December 2005 at 11:19
Hi geoffrey: the day he died is your mum’s birthday. He shares his birthday 9th October with my mum
but then there are millions of people in the world and only 365 days in the year ………..
lotsa luv ann xxxxxxx
15 | DNY LOVES CRIMINAL MINDS
9 December 2005 at 13:43
Tanisha: I am trying to reach you regarding your wonderful offer of help. Please email me when you have time.
Ann: I spent some time reading the articles in the media that have come out the last few says about Lennon. One thing really bothers me. He has been gone so long and he loved Ono so much. Why is there still a need in the media to dig up the “Ono broke up the Beatles” crap. That is no way to respect this man who had so much talent! Just my morning rant. 🙂
16 | ann
9 December 2005 at 13:57
dny: The Beatles were like every group; they would have split up anyway. They didn’t all get on so well all the time. shabbat shalom sweetheart
lotsa luv ann xxxxx
17 | Geoffrey Hirschfeld
10 December 2005 at 02:19
Mums is the 8th, My auntie’s is the 10th and her oldest daugheter’s is the 12th. I remember the M.N.F anouncement, as I was but a tyke watching the show with my grandpa(a huge American football fan), and I remember my mom just crying. Sad day for the world, really.
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