# LXIX…(69)…First day of spring post…

Due to the change of seasons, from worst to best, I figured that I’d talk to the masses again…dunno why, really, but enough of my bipolar bear mode and get to the point.  Today, March 20th, is the official first day of my favorite season, spring.

I really love the season, specifically, because I was born in it….yes, less than a month from now, I will be turning 39 for the 3rd time (42 for those that need the assistance with the joke LOL).  I know here in New York started off a little rough because it was cold this morning.  Before we know it, though, the nicer weather will be here.

On to today’s list, though…actor/singer Jerry Reed would have turned 76 today (Google for “Smokey and the Bandit”, if you need to know)…Jimmy Vaughan, the brother of guitar virtuoso Stevie Ray Vaughan and great guitarist in his own right turns 62 today…also of note, the Wrestling Icon Sting turns a young 54 years today, which is cool because, yes, he is still wrestling on TV LOL…on a sad note, though, it is also the 18th year anniversary of the death of another wrestling icon, Big John Studd, who passed away on this date in 1995.

With another iconic post out of the way, I now look forward to another milestone…Post No. 70, subject unknown, will be coming shortly.

/,,,/ rOcK oN dUdEz \,,,\


2 thoughts on “# LXIX…(69)…First day of spring post…

  1. Wow! Jerry Reed turned 76? Makes me feel old. Makes me feel older that I didn’t have to Google him! LOL! Thanks for bringing back the memories and this is a great post for the first day of Spring!

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