[Dixielandjazz] Re: Care?

Nancy Giffin nancyink@ulink.net
Wed, 28 Aug 2002 10:17:59 -0500

Hi Bill,

Dixie may be out to kick some ass today :) but that certainly wasn't MY
intention. You're a sweetheart, and you posed a provocative question that I
felt compelled to answer. I am not a judgemental person! (However, I may be
an envious person when I hear that someone gets a hug every morning!)

Love and hugs,

> From: "Dixie Teel" <dixiecup34@earthlink.net>
> You poor, mistreated human beings.  Listen to yourselves complaining about
> someone who shares a mutual love singing a song to you every day or about
> taking for granted that someone will give you a hug every morning.  You all
> have me in tears just thinking about those monumental problems.  Count your
> blessings.  Come to think of it:  COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS is my selection of a
> poignant song.
> Dixie Teel
> Houston, TX

>> Nancy Giffin observes:
>>> Do husbands really do that kind of romantic thing for their wives?
>>> Bill, try to "think like a woman" here. If my husband did sing our
>>> favorite  song for me everyday, while looking into my eyes with love and
>>> appreciation,
>>> here's how I'd feel:
>>> The first instance of hearing the first note, I'd automatically and
>>> hypnotically slip into that blissful state I first fell into during the
>>> first time my sweetie ever sang it to me in what was no doubt an utterly
>>> romantic moment. A Pavlovian response. High praise from me to all couples
>>> who have established their own unique little trigger for that most
>>> desirable response: bliss. May her dear husband rest in peace. I grieve for
>>> her.