If you remember a few months back I had an idea for a new regular feature on this blog and came up with Throwback The Music.
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So seeing as it's Throwback Thursday, why not do a post about a favourite song of yours that conjures up memories from your past? Or it can be a favourite album that takes you right back. Or a list of fave songs that remind you of a certain time in your life.
Then you answer a few questions to make it easier to write up your post. Or maybe don't answer questions (which can be of your own choosing) and just write about your memories that relate to your chosen track(s).
And if you wish, how about linking to us when you post? (Actually, it would be greatly appreciated if you would!)
I've asked Mum to tell us about music which reminds her of Suzy. Not specifically music that she was listening to when Suzy crossed the bridge, but music or any songs that reminded her of her precious girl.
She's chosen a few tracks from YouTube which you can see below.
Suzy came into Mum's life as a young kitten. She was adorable as you can see. Apologies for the poor quality of most of these photos but they were taken back in the very olden days of the 1980s and 90s.
The year was 1985, it was summer and it was the year of Live Aid.
Mum's favourite bands of the time were Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet, and of course Wham/George Michael.
She liked a lot of other artists too but here's the end of the concert from Wembley before everyone switched over to watch the concert live from the United States.
There are so many songs that remind Mum of the years she spent with Suzy, but that would make one very long post. So to keep it short, here are two songs that sadly will always remind Mum of the days she lost her sweet little girl 💚
Even though Mum isn't really a Robbie Williams fan she does love this song a lot.
And she isn't a Celine Dion fan but this song always reminds her of the loss of Suzy and makes her cry.