gettin in the groove
At the risk of being banned from FOTMD, I have to report that the term "in the groove" is actually old jazz slang anda sexual metaphor. Without being too explicit, being "in the groove" meant getting to third base. So am I in the groove today? Well, a gentleman never tells.
Dusty T., Northern California
"A good song makes you laugh, it makes you cry, it makes you think."
-- Pete Seeger
I don't know about me "gettin' in the groove." The 1971 Sylvan James, Gassaway, WV dulcimer came today, and I had a hard time getting the strings to stay "in the groove" on the nut. Gotta figure out how it's supposed to be set up and get some different strings, so maybe tomorrow I'll be "in the groove" with it!
Carson, I hope you heal up quickly....ouch!
Those irritated by grain of sand best avoid beach.
-Strumelia proverb c.1990
updated by @randy-adams: 01/12/16 02:45:30PM