Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:37 AM
Isn't it strange that sometimes you tend to find the same words, stories over and over again. Now I find steps around. And guess what? Saw a lovely documentary related to the musical history in Hollywood and of course Fred Astaire was among THE ONES. Quite funny! Wasn't he purely great? Good movies ...

Here with Ginger Rogers ... Glory old days



Anonymous says:

Now I realise what you meant. Steps often revisit the past - just be careful you dont use rose tinted glasses when revisiting.

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