Monday, February 11, 2008

Copacabana..and then some

This might be a little off topic, but bear with me. One thing led to another and thus the reason for this post.

I pulled out my Sex and the City DVD's and decided to spend the weekend catching up on some old friends (sidenote: I wish they were "edited"..cleaned up..I love the lines and the relationships, HATE the sex scenes). Anyway...there was a scene in one of the episodes when Carrie's boyfriend was cooking dinner. She came home to "some golden oldies" as she so eloquently put it. Guess who was singing? You got it. Barry. Copacabana. Now that's a Barry moment!

And why shouldn't he be in this series. It's about friendship in New York. What better backdrop for his music. And I couldn't help but wonder (Carrie's favorite byline), where would I be without my friends? Lost. They lift me up when I'm down. They laugh with me when I'm in the mood to have some fun. They cry with me when I'm hurt. Most of them live miles away. Some live half way across the world and we have never even met. But I know they are always there...and...

"...It's comforting to know that the ones you love are always in your heart... and if you're very lucky, a plane ride away..."

Texas Fanilow

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Friendship is not measured by distance, it is measured by honesty, compassion, understanding, with no strings attached. True friends will always be together in spirit.
So make sure the seat next to you is empty, I have to sit somewhere.
Your friend from Down Under

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