Nancy R wrote:
Good old “16 Magazine!” I have that issue - I had a subscription back then.
I have fun going thru mine, every once in a while... also Tiger Beat.
We Built this CITY ~ Starship
A very cute card from a "Beatle" family, love it!!
Venice... Oh Solo Mio
hello there! i'm from the usa and am a huge paul fan. i decided to join this forum since there aren't many high school aged beatles/paul fans out there anymore (at least where i'm from). i have one friend who i share my "obession" with, but i feel bad constantly texting her beatles memes lol. anyways, george is actually my favorite favorite beatle (hence the username lol), but i absolutely ADORE paul & tbh having a fave beatle is close to impossible, i rlly do "love them all" wink wink. anyways idk if ppl still use forums, i feel like they were a much more early 2000's kinda thing but i figured i'd give this a try! thanks if you read all this!! :)
ps i'm supposed to be doing chemistry homework but i've been looking at my paul pinterest board/setting up this account for the past 3 hours and i have 0 regrets
Welcome to this forum. There are some really great people here and we all love Paul and the other BeaTles as well! Welcome aboard, we're currently riding the train from Egypt Station...
A very cool APOD from yesterday. The Parker Solar Probe was launched to take a closer look at the Sun.
Well thanks so much for sharing that interview. It was quite interesting on a number of topics.
It was interesting to hear about Linda's first macaroni roast. I'd like to add that Mary McCartney has a wonderful nutty Festive Roast with Red Wine Gravy in her cookbook At My Table. If you are looking for a meat free alternative, this cookbook is chock a block full of absolutely delicious recipies. It is broken up into categories such as Celebration Brunch, I ❤ Mexican Food, Be Prepared Dinner Party and Festive Feast along with other great categories. It's such a wonderful cookbook and especially, if you are new to the idea of cooking meatless, you can confidently prepare a delicious full table.
The idea of offsetting your carbon footprint, was another good point! There are are projects all over the world which you can donate time or money to plant trees, install solar panels, help promote solar and wind projects in your community.
Paul is such a great advocate and can't remember a time when he hasn't talked on all of the many issues around the world. It is very inspiring.
Swan Lake ~ Tchaikovsky