Isla Mujeres Mystery ~ Lynda L. Lock

Paradise Lost – Lawrie Lock March 3rd 1942 – September 3rd 2018

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Lawrie and I smooching at Sergio’s
Lawrie discovered as a teenager that dancing was the best way to make a girl fall in love!
Anne Murray: Could I have this dance for the rest of my life?
We danced to this song on our wedding day

I’ll always remember, the song they were playing
The first time we danced, and I knew
As we swayed to the music, and held to each other
I fell in love with you

Could I have this dance, for the rest of my life
Could you be my partner, every night
When we’re together, it feels so right
Could I have this dance for the rest of my life

I’ll always remember, that magic moment
When I held you close, to me
As we moved together, I knew forever
You’re all I’ll ever need

Could I have this dance, for the rest of my life
Could you be my partner, every night
When we’re together, it feels so right
Could I have this dance, for the rest of my life



Lawrie dancing with the carnival troupe
Elmo-Lawrie dancing and waving at local kids





Lawrie and daughter-in-law Maia

Michelle Wright – another favourite

I just realized tonight
You’re not like all the others
Till now I never wanted love I only wanted lovers
Now me and you have things to do
And no time to be wrong
’cause life is just a circle and the circle ain’t that long

You get one time around
One roll of the dice
One walk through the garden
One quick look at life
The time that you lose
Can never be found
The world keeps turning
You get one time around
You get one time around


Lawrie and his sister Linda Grierson
Brother in law Richard and Lawrie
John (Travolta) Lawrie Lock 

Dance on my love, dance on!

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