I know people don’t listen to the radio as much anymore. Especially those under forty who probably listen to streaming music. When I’m driving, I tend to leave on the radio. Sometimes an unexpected song will play that resonates with my soul. In other words, it captures my mood and/or gives me hope.
Carry on …
… my wayward son
There’ll be peace when you are done
Lay your weary head to rest
Don’t you cry no more.
Here are the lyrics to the song I referred to in my Wednesday post, my favorite of all time by the band Kansas. The spirituality of the lyrics and power in the music, has always moved me. Anyone else care to share their favorites of all time in a comment below?
Wistful Wednesday Wisdom
This is a wistful, melancholy day indeed … for me anyway. I don’t want to face this birthday. I want to pull the covers over my head and fast forward to tomorrow. No wait, rewind would be better, because I’d be young again. Sigh. Continue reading “Wistful Wednesday Wisdom”
A Tribute in Song
There are two subjects in life that will get me crying quicker than a blink of the eye …. a sad story about a dog, or heroic story about an American soldier.
Instead of putting up something that will completely bring everyone to tears, above I put a link to the brave songs of our military. It’s something cheery that honors them all. Continue reading “A Tribute in Song”