Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday #socs

From 1969, Stevie Wonder…

I have no idea why I thought of that. I haven’t thought of that song in years. Literally.

I think I’m finally mostly recovered from my back issues from last week. They said it was a sprain, and that it would take at least a week to get over the pain. I’ve still got a couple of twinges, but on the whole? I’m doing fine. Yes!

That’s all for this week, except for this….

Linda hosts Stream of Consciousness Saturday every week. Now a word about Winston cigarettes. Winston tastes good, like a cigarette should!

23 thoughts on “Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday #socs

  1. I haven’t heard that song in a long time. I’m glad you are feeling better. The back is always tricky and you have to be very careful with your movements. I love Frank Nelson who was so good at these snidecremarks and loved his introduction.


  2. A delightful stroll down memory lane with those clips. I’m glad to read that you’re doing better. (Sorry I missed the post about your injury). I still shake my head at the advertising we were bombarded with about cigarettes tasting good. I’m glad that’s a habit I didn’t continue. I hope you have a great week of continued healing!


    1. In the ’60’s, tobacco companies did the majority of advertising on TV. People complained and got the ads taken off the air. Sixty years later Big Pharma is the one doing all the advertising on TV, and no one seems to want to make it stop. That doesn’t seem right, now does it?

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      1. I agree, it doesn’t seem right. What has happened to the power of the people and the voices of those who disagree with the ads bombarding us with illnesses we may or may not have? I certainly don’t like seeing all the Big Pharma ads. The direct to consumer marketing has backfired.


  3. Hi John – wonderful Y for Yester-me, Yester-You … fun song – also funny what comes out of the brain woodwork as needed! So glad your back has eased up – congratulations on all your A-Zs – cheers Hilary


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