My, how quickly the weekend rolls around when there's a Rewind to enjoy! It seems like only yesterday that we were singing about silvery moons in June, and now here we are again. July has proved a problematic month for our mixed tape of Rewind pleasures. There are a few songs about July - Google tells me that Ocean Colour Scene had one out in 2000 that made number 31 on the UK singles chart. It was called 'July'.
I'm not familiar with it.
Nor am I familiar with Katatonia's 'July' or 'The July 4th Song (The Day Kobayashi Went Down)' by McSAPRR (I get the impression not too many people are familiar with this one).
But, undaunted, the Weekend Rewind goes on. And it's easy - follow the Fibro if we are not already friends, and then link up one of those fabulous posts languishing in your archives. Pop around and comment on a few other links, to share the comment love, and there you have it. The prompt this week is July, so your post will preferably be something from July 2010 or earlier. But don't fret if you don't have one - just link up something that you love.
That's it! Let the Rewind begin! This week, I'm offering up the origins of the Concert Face. Oh, one thing, I'll be offline for much of the weekend doing, you know, real life stuff, but never fear - I will visit each and every link upon my return. Looking forward to it.
And don't forget those other Fibro-famous linkys, Maxabella's Grateful and Blog Gems at The King and Eye (Sunday/Monday Aussie time). I'll be there - you should be too!