Dotty stuns me with a new song I never heard her sing before...By Bob DeMarco
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Harvey and Petey
I am at the computer working away. Dotty is sitting at the kitchen table reading the newspaper. Not a sound. Out of the clear blue sky she starts singing, Who's Sorry Now. In the seven plus years I have been here I have never heard here sing this song.
I grab the telephone and hit the speed dial for CinchCast. This is who I use for my podcasts.
I run up to the kitchen in time to capture some of her singing and the conversation with the parrots.
Sit back and enjoy. Your comments are welcomed. Just so you know, Dotty went about another 20 minutes non-stop singing and talking to Petey.
Harvey is not feeling well today. His battery is low. We'll go to the doctor's office later today and pick up a new 9 volt battery for him.
If you don't see the podcast go here to listen.
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