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Re: Holiday wishes


Ed Ketz <[log in to unmask]>


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Wed, 4 Dec 1996 08:16:22 -1000





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Your welcome.  I was hooked the first time I heard the song.  It wasn't
until sometime later that I realized it was somehow connected to the
Muppets.   Kermit's always been a hero of mine (I think I identify more
with Gonzo though.), and I'm an unabashed Muppet fan.  I like to laugh and
I like to learn.  When I can do both at the same!!

"When you're falling off a cliff, you might as well TRY to fly.  You have
nothing to lose." Bruce Boxleitner as the character Capt. John Sheridan in
the tv show 'Babylon 5.'

>Thanks, Ed, for your holiday contribution.  I just wondered how many of
>the readers recognized the song you quoted and remembered who sang it?
>It was Kermit.  Hence . . . it's not easy being green!  It's a wonderful
>little song with a lot of meaning.
>--Linda  :-)
>  Linda R. Thompson, Ed.D.
>  Director, Student Support Services   |  Internet:  [log in to unmask]
>  Harding University, Box 2235         |     Phone:  (501) 279-4416
>  Searcy, AR  72149-0001               |       FAX:  (501) 279-4217
>On Tue, 26 Nov 1996, Ed Ketz wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> Kathleen's newsletter question got me "ruminatin" and "cogitatin" about
>> life and related subjects.  Couldn't think of a real clever holiday wish
>> for you, so I dug into my "There really IS a point to all this." file and
>> found this.  Enjoy.
>> Green (Bein' Green)
>> Words and Music by Joe Raposo
>> It's not that easy bein' green,
>> Having to spend each day the color of leaves;
>> When I think it could be nicer bein' red or yellow or gold,