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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Laura B. Hayden spent her childhood in Brooklyn, NY, and Staying Alive: A Love Story - Kindle edition by Laura B. Hayden. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. A Love Story, Laura Hayden recalls the sequence of events that forever changed her life and the lives of her two children. Her husband was recovering from heart surgery. One moment he was doing well. Then, he was suddenly gone at way too young an age. As the memoir unfolds, we learn that Laura Hayden is a person of deep faith, strong family ties, and stamina. Fortunate for her, as she will need and use the depth of these gifts in the years following her husband's death. In her recollections, we learn about her ethnic roots and we get to know her humorous and insightful husband.
Through her words, I felt the loss of the relationship, the loss to her children, just the loss of him as a person.
I wish I had known him. When she reflects on the "why" questions and watches for "signs" that Larry is okay and maybe even still with them, perhaps in a different way, we absolutely understand, and recall moments in our own lives when we were there, too. The ragged writing style in the initial chapters, whether intended as a literary device or not, draws us in.
Once beyond the traumatic memories of his death, I noticed shifts in the author's writing style, perhaps reflecting her changes in mood as she pieced the memoir together. Sometimes simple sentence construction and lean description, sometimes gritty dialogue and irreverence, sometimes crisp witty passages, sometimes eloquent reflections on the situation or the past her style adapts, just like she has done.
Over the course of the memoir journey, the author introduces us to the people in this family's circle of life. The memoir vignettes, some funny, some sad, some thought provoking, take place in different time periods. As a reader in the same age group, I found they took me back in time in my own life, tapping memories I hadn't thought about in a while. There are many laugh out loud moments and the clarity of the detail in the descriptions is at times astounding.
The white keys represent happiness, the black keys represent sadness. But, as you go through life's journey, remember that the black keys also create music. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. Laura furiously retaliates by clawing Tony's face. The director blasts Tony backstage, telling him to take his personal war away from the production. Laura seems to offer a truce when she asks to see him after the show to "clear things up. The second act is a dazzling display of dance and special effects, and Tony suddenly abandons the script near the end of the show. He hurls Laura away and gives way to his frustration in a solo dance.
He finishes and holds out his hand to Laura with a command to jump. She halts amid Jackie's and the director's commands, but finally leaps in his arms for a climactic finish to the show. The thrilled audience gives a standing ovation. However, as there was a shortage of qualified drummers in the area, they tried out a drum machine, with unsatisfactory results. After listening to the drum track of the already-recorded 'Night Fever', they took two bars from that track, and re-recorded them as a loop on a separate tape.
As a joke, the group listed the drummer as 'Bernard Lupe' a riff on session drummer Bernard Purdie. The music video shows the group singing the song on an abandoned subway terminal set at MGM Studios, directly opposite the one where the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band movie was being filmed at the same time.
The European video for 'Stayin' Alive' featuring Barry without facial hair, weird was also made, but were scrapped and re-shot in California after Barry grew back his beard. It has close to beats per minute, with — chest compressions per minute being the recommended amount by the British Heart Foundation.
A study on medical professionals found that the quality of CPR is better when thinking about the song. In fact, we often can't hear 'Stayin' Alive' without thinking of the line "Get rolled with the fever on the dance floor". Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk I'm a woman's man, no time to talk Music loud and women warm, I've been kicked around Since I was born And now it's alright, it's okay And you may look the other way We can try to understand The New York Times' effect on man Whether you're a brother or whether you're a mother You're stayin' alive, stayin' alive Feel the city breakin' and everybody shakin' And we're stayin' alive, stayin' alive Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive, stayin' alive Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive.
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