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I'd Rather Be Sorry: The Third Note in the Life of a Northland Musician


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Many changes occur as Dottie, after six years single, tries to adjust to sharing a life with an over-achieving, not so faithful spouse. Except for a Minneapolis 8-track recording endeavor and a weekly guest shot on a local TV show, (Arrowhead Country), it seems Dottie's career is in a slump, placed on a back burner. The new marriage pressures many new demands flooding the scenario. Precious time is diverted to family, taking the spotlight away from music. Teen-age undisciplined upheavals arise, as do snowmobiling excursions, camping trysts, race-track diversions, putting stress on limited time slots. A Paris, France adventure, with a brief appearance in a French Band revitalized Dottie's passion for her career and she returns with renewed passion for life, but less for marriage. Priorly, in her adamant testimony of her moralizing, self-righteous virtues, Dottie is now forced to EAT CROW as she joins the coterie of the Angels Flying too Close to the Ground at the Gopher 'Peyton Place The Result An intriguing blurr on a downhill glide, in a new direction to infidility, Fervent, impetuous Passion and Euphoric Ecstasy

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Biography & Autobiography : General
Bolme, Dottie Lou
Publication Date:
July 2010

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I'd Rather Be Sorry: The Third Note in the Life of a Northland Musician
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