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When I wear my sunglasses no one sees all that I see

I spot a mother crying on the park bench

When her lost child is safely returned to her by the park ranger

I spot a purse snatcher trip by a boy playing with his dog

I guess the snatcher now knows better than to try that again

I spot a man bent down on one knee with his girl’s hand in his sliding a ring on her finger

While passersby stand teary eyed

I spot a teacher grading papers while enjoying a picnic

And a squirrel wandering off with various items laying about

I spot a father and son flying kites high in the sky

Til the wind comes and carries them away

I see the sky start to darken and the rain starts a falling

And suddenly everyone sent scurrying

Now there’s nothing left to see through rose-tinted glasses

copyright 2014


Felina Silver Robinson

Corey Hart – Sunglasses At Night

1. Mork and Mindy Season 1 Episode 1 Pilot

2. Mork and Mindy Season 1 & 2

Robin Williams and Pam Dawber will keep you laughing for hours. They were a magnetically, charming, loveable couple. I enjoyed every episode and would watch them over and over. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Felina Silver Robinson



Geico – Hump Day REMIX “Guess What Day It Is” Camel (FINAL) Happier than a Camel on Wednesday

1. Eddie Griffin – Voodoo Child


2. Robin Williams – Weapons of Self Destruction


3. “The Diceman Cometh” – Andrew Dice Clay


State agencies accused of neglecting children in facilities

1. Video: Environmental Themes Dominate Film at Montreal First Peoples Festival

Montreal First Peoples Festival/Vimeo
Chadwick Brown in The Activist, a fictionalized backstory to the Pine Ridge
uprising of 1973.

2. ‘Hungry Johnny’ Dishes Up Elder Knowledge, Native Culture in Children’s Book

Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society Press
Illustrator Wesley Ballinger and author Cheryl Minnema, both Mille Lacs Ojibwe,
hold copies of their children’s book ‘Hungry Johnny.’

3. The Land Bridge Theory and the Visiting Wise Guy

4. Indigenous America: Facing Other Inconvenient Truths

5. Native American Teachings


6. Wonderful Native American Indians,

Shamanic Spiritual Music, Música De Los Nativos Indios Americanos


The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte-Cristo is a 1975 television film produced by ITC Entertainment and based upon the book The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was directed by David Greene and starred Richard Chamberlain as Edmond Dantes, Kate Nelligan as Mercedes, Tony Curtis as Fernand Mondego, Louis Jourdan as De Villefort, Donald Pleasence as Danglars, Trevor Howard as Abbé Faria, and Isabelle de Valvert as Haydee. ITC had previously produced a 39-part TV series based on the same source material, in 1956.

1. The Thrill Is Gone – B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins

2. Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton

3. Willie Nelson – Always On My Mind

4. Suspicious Mind – Elvis Presley

5. Sitting on the dock of the bay – Otis Redding

6. Stand by me – Ben E. King

7. Lean On Me – Bill Withers

8. Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers

9. Stairway to Heaven Live – Led Zepplin

10. What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong


11. California Dreamin – Mamas & The Papas


12. Imagine – John Lennon