Goodbye grey skies, hello… not quite Big Blue

Today at the elementary school where I volunteer, I walked through the media
center – and I noticed that every computer terminal had been given a famous name.
One computer was labeled “Laura Ingalls”, one was noted “Dr. Seuss”, one was identified as “J.K. Rowling”… and then I saw this one:

(you can click on this image to make it larger)

(Here's a close-up on the name.)

So of course this image came immediately to my mind:

But for today, perhaps this image is more accurate:

Either way – aaaaeeeyyy.

Stef

P.S. For a bonus smile, take a peek at this 90 second YouTube clip. Hearing even the first 10 seconds of the music sent me immediately back to my childhood… Good times. (And no, not those Good Times.)

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About Stef

A "serious" gal who is trying to remember to lighten up and smile.
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6 Responses to Goodbye grey skies, hello… not quite Big Blue

  1. Christine says:

    I did not realize that the Fonz was an author – what a renaissance man!

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    • Stef says:

      It’s a fun question of “Does life imitate art, or vice versa?” Clearly The Fonz was into reading (per various episodes of Happy Days); but Henry Winkler really is quite a known author ‘in real life’. Fun. Wild. Kooky.

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  2. Touch2Touch says:

    OMG – that video!
    The Fonz! Scott Baio! Tom Bosley!
    The music!
    Turned all those gray skies here (rain, wind, chill) into Happy Days, thanks a bunch, Stef!

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  3. Great post Stef 🙂
    I used to be the proud owner of a ‘Fonz’ T-shirt.
    I wish I still had it-Happy days.

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