Thursday, August 16, 2007

 

30 years ago today, Elvis died

Today is the 30th anniversary of the way too early death of Elvis Presley. Pat and I were again privileged to see Danny Vernon's Tribute to Elvis show last night. I took nearly 200 photos and eliminated about half of them due to too much motion caused blurring. I've only had enough time to get one ready to post here but did want to get it done on this date, so here is Danny as Elvis:

8-15-07 Elvis 01

I'll get more of them done and a longer post made later. I seem to be too busy any more and this takes time. Dinner is nearly ready and then we have to be at the clubhouse at 18:15 for a game of Mexican Train. We missed the game last week to go to the Ring of Fire show and don't want to miss another. Yes, I still have those photos to get some of ready and a post done here but remember I just last Saturday got one up from a show we attended July 8th. Hang in there and I'll get them up sometime.

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Comments:
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years. I wish he would have straightened his life out. His death was tragic.
 
WOW---30 years. Time flies.

Hope you are having a great weekend.
 
Hey when you're married,theres just so much to do.If you were single you'd be looking for something to do. Isn't life great when you share.
I remember when Elvis died. It was a waste too. He was a great man,who let his life get away from him. He was a country boy who was too much.
Too handsome,too talented,too popular, too rich.Poor man didn't have a private life. I miss what could have been.
I know about busy,Diane and I went camping over the weekend and I worked today. The house work was waiting when we returned.LOL
Have a good week, and don't forget to breathe sometimes.
Donna
 
Hi Dick,Its been a while since my last visit with sickness and a few upand downs,so just popped in to say gday.
Its Hard to believe 30 years has passed how time fly's.
 
But Elvis isn't dead, I saw him perform here this summer.
 
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