Grease

The Movie, not the stuff you lube your car with or the junk in your deep fryer.  John Travolta and Olivia Newton John were the stars along with a great supporting cast.  Then came Grease 2, Michelle Pfeiffer and Maxwell Caulfield.  Fun music, easy dancing and believe it or not, a nostalgic message.  Both these movies at first glance seem to be light, fluffy, immature, and frivolous.  Yeh, they are, that’s my point.  For us baby boomers, they remind us of a time in our lives and history when everything was easier.  Or at least it seemed easier.  I think twenty or thirty years from now the youth of today will look back at current movies and music and feel the same nostalgia.  Nostalgia is not a bad thing.  It keeps us connected to our roots, our beginnings, the small stuff which added up over time to make us who we are today.  I recommend you all find a movie or some music that pulls at your heart and stirs you to dance in the kitchen or the garage (if you’re a guy) and just let yourself remember all those fun things from your youth.

Here’s my favorite song from the original Grease.  Enjoy! Have a great weekend!

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2 thoughts on “Grease

  1. Things truly seemed simpler in my youth. I do not envy today’s youth because of the things they face. However, nothing makes me nostalgic any faster than music. Excellent post.

  2. Katrina

    Thank you, I have found that music takes care of just about everything I feel, good or bad.

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