Throwback Thursday – (Southern Cross song + pics)

For Throwback Thursday this week – I have some pics and the song Southern Cross by Crosby, Stills & Nash:


I have linked the original video –  which I guess MTV scrolled a lot back in mid 80’s (song facts HERE)


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Old alarm system from a building in Florida – Feb. 2014 – wow – have we come a long way!


I was cleaning up some old digital pics this week and I had a good laugh when I found this shot from ten years ago – when my son photo bombed a picture of his classmate:

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My youngest son in 2003- he is a character!

And then in this shot of my step-daughter on a visit, it shows a Priorhouse tradition – face in the cake!

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And lastly, these are my two boys – in 2003-

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Have a nice weekend – 



31 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday – (Southern Cross song + pics)

  1. Funny I was looking a pictures of my sons from 18 years ago last night ! Time flies!


    1. Hey Andy – I had nothing to do with it – and when i saw the pic I barely remembered it – ha!


  2. Ahhh! Loved these pictures of your sweet, smiling babies!
    And, giving away my age, Southern Cross was the song playing when a boy from out of town asked me to his Junior prom 🙂
    Great memories!
    I’m behind on my reading because of a super busy week. I’ll be back to visit soon.
    Have a great weekend Yvette!!


    1. favorite part is at the 2:55 mark –
      “time after time – night after night – she would look up to me and say she was lonely…”
      gosh, better to be single than with the wrong person – oh yeah…

      but I guess it also shows that sometimes we do not always know what a partner needs- like when he cites, “I don’t understand what she needed…” – another reminder that it takes time and living it to get this relationship thing down….as well s the right match for our gift mix…”


    1. thanks Debbie – and I have been missing the look up challenge – but grabbed a shot this weekend so I will be over later! and regarding the cheeky smiles – well I picked some happy ones on purpose – and another time I may toss together a post with candid shots – or even those grumpy faces I managed to catch. and one time – years ago – we had a congo about how in the past – certain portraits of people were “SERIOUS” and no smiling.

      At the time, I had some twenty-five cent copies of Connoisseur Magazine (isn’t that ironic) and each cover had these stately people with no smiles – and it was a topic we all enjoyed learning about – but I am personally glad we are a smiling culture – for the most part….


    1. Thanks Lisa – and guess that is kinda a music hug from the east coast to west coast – ❤ ❤ cause music travels so well – eh? and thought you'd like the boat video (I originally had a plain lyric one inserted) but this one was nicer – and with all your harbor, boat, and water shots- well….


  3. (EN) well… 🙂 and 😀 then 😉 and ;-P ….great! 🙂
    (IT) dunque… 🙂 e 😀 poi 😉 e ;-P … bello! 🙂


    1. haha ❤ love your coded message – looks like you have another language under your belt – called "blog code"

      (IT) haha ❤ love il messaggio in codice – sembra che hai un'altra lingua sotto la cintura – denominato "Codice blog"


    1. well you said that right – fly by – and I find myself telling other people that – like we saw a momma with her newborn and I said, “I know it is cliche and you’ll hear it a lot – but the years go fast and so soak up each embrace….” ❤


    1. well sometimes parents did it too – and if there was time, we would make an extra cake for doing this – and then order one for eating – but it really just kept it fun…. thanks for dropping by ❤


  4. The first image was really funny ” your son photo bombing” 🙂
    My daughter does it now a days, every time my wife poses for a shot…
    Some interesting music again 🙂
    Thanks a lot for sharing…


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