CD Stories | Hartleigh

Mr Scribblz is still on CD drawing duties, and picked out his own CD this time. I’m so excited to write this blog!

Mr Scribblz is the moniker the fabulous, funny, and my favourite person in the whole world, Hartleigh Cole, has chosen for his digital footprint. He’s my one and only child, has a quirky sense of humour, is smart, caring, and is the love of my life. ❤

Hartleigh has chosen the Bryan Adams CD, So Far So Good. He chose it because of the cover, which is a tyre, and it reminded him of our old RAV4, we both loved that car and had a lot of fun in it, and because of Summer of ’69, see below for that connection.

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This is not our car, but is the same model. Our RAV was red.

Hartleigh has chosen to write several comments/phrases for his CD Story;

A La Boo

School of 69

Our Rav4

Merry Disc-mas

By Harts A.K.A Mr Scribblz

I’ve explained above about Mr Scribblz and the Rav4 reference.

He wrote School of 69 as a nod to the song Summer of 69, which he sang at a school concert whilst at Primary School – hence school replacing summer.

Merry Disc-mas if pretty self-explanatory when you have a parent who loves Christmas.

The last message, A La Boo, is from when he was much younger, and was learning to talk. I would say I Love You, and we would say A La Boo. It’s stuck with us and is now part of our family language, those words that only members of your family know and understand.

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I’m off to see Bryan Adams at ‘the Bowl’ on the 4th of January, it shall be that much more special now. It will be the second time I’ve seen Bryan live, the first was around three decades ago at Western Springs, when I would have been rocking the double denim 😉

This specific album isn’t on spotify so I’ve linked to a Greatest Hits album
Bryan on Facebook

If the universe would like to deliver me some funds via a Lotto win, I’d be out replacing our current car before you could finish saying $30 million dollars! 😉

 

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