Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Hank Williams – Men With Broken Hearts

So help your brother along the road no matter where he starts
For the God that made you made them too these men with broken hearts

Pbs has an interesting show focusing on Elvis...and the state of America...
One scene has Elvis reciting the lyrics to this song. Interesting watch.

August 1970, Las Vegas
Elivs began a song with part of the Hank Williams song, 'These Men With Broken Hearts'
You've never stood in another man's shoes
Or saw things through his eyes
Or stood and watched with helpless hands
While the heart inside you dies.
So help your brother along the way
No matter where he starts.
For the same God that made you,
Made him too,
these men with broken hearts.


In the heartbreakingly powerful 2016 animation “Dream”, created for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival by Zombie Studio, four very different, critically endangered animals sing “I Dreamed a Dream” from the Les Misérables soundtrack. With the lyrics of the particular song, each animal – a blue whale, a brown pelican, a baby harp seal and a rhinoceros – tell of their own own fate by human hands.

More on pelicans

More on wildlfe

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

New York and Abortion...inconceivable, astonishing...confusing.

The most basic right, the simplest social justice...

And, if a child somehow survives the poisoning process the day before they were to be delivered, full term,-- after they are delivered accidentally alive they are to be neglected until they do finally expire. 
Can someone explain this to me? Even more so can someone explain to me why the New York house filled of democrat leaders and legislators were cheering this legislation?


Is human life sacred in any way??

More, complete post:

Not in new york....

Finally some real winter weather

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Snow in Kansas--Always Gorgeous

Snow on a chair

Snow covered Fruit tree mtodd

All pics from MTODD..  "Fine art in the flint hills"

mary todd SNOW

Tree snow rocks......mtodd

chicken in the snow mary todd