Dr. Marry and Me,  Personal Writing

Really Facebook? THIS is what you’re choosing to focus on today?

*Watch Gratitude Tuesday: grateful free write ep 132 here.

For the first time in 132 episodes, Daily Dose apparently isn’t available on Facebook because I started playing “Linus and Lucy” from Vince Guaraldi’s A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the powers that be determined that it was a violation of copyright.

I’m not saying it’s not a violation of copyright, although we aren’t making money off of it, and we recognized the composer and the album.

Makes me happy every single time I hear it.

As a side note, it seems to me that Facebook has larger fish to fry than our little Daily Dose and playing a song that is practically a piece of the public realm.

So I’m trying to post it here to see if it’s watchable this way.

And going forward, we won’t play music that doesn’t belong to us, which would basically be all music since neither one of us composes music. And we might explore other streaming options as well.

I hope you take some time to free write your gratitude list—it really is a lovely way to spend a few minutes.


*So we had to bootleg record our own content, which feels a little bit weird, but it was our last resort. Good idea, Dr Marry!

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