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Sunday, January 17, 2010

"Deliah" by Tim Hawkins


VICKI IN AZ said...

What a delight!!

Several actually.. to have found your sweet uplifting comment on my blog. Thank you for visiting, I hope you can come back sometime, to have found your blog it is a wonderful place, and this video.. I adore Tim Hawkins my kids and I sit for long periods watching you tube of him. This is just delightful. I am especially tickled by his jokes about Mormons because I am one and I find him to be refreshingly sweet about us. I crack up when I hear him, I look forward to sharing this with my kids and thank you for reminding me of his work.

I hope you are great and I am looking forward to reading more of your story.

Unknown said...

I really do need to get out more! For I cannot recall every hearing of him before, and that was great!

Clueless said...

Hi Vicki, I'm glad I found your blog too. I was just introduced to Tim Hawkins and my husband and I spent a whole evening watching him on YouTube...we had a great time.

More of my story will start up again next week...but I do post everyday. I have to scatter some fun and important stuff in tool.


I too need to get out more!! Rick's World blog introduced me to him and I will be having Tim Hawkins stuff at least one time per month. He is really funny and clean humor.

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