I can’t say I’ll be sad to hear the last note of the last track fade away.
But I have quite enjoyed exploring these old folk songs scored by Joseph Haydn.
Almost as much as I enjoy listening to the old kvetchers here at Panera Bread.
One retired guy is Tony. Another is John. They’re fixtures as sure as the booths in which we sit.
I don’t know who their hangers-on are this morning. But Tony is waxing eloquent about some political issue or another. When Tony gets rolling, he’s a force to be reckoned with.
Also of interest this morning are the huge groups of birds that swoop and flip and land in the tree outside the window. A lady with her son a few booths up from where I sit said, “Are you guys watching the birds?” I don’t know to whom she asked that question. But I spent time this morning filming the birds and taking a few picture. The movie turned out great. But the photo didn’t do the scene justice.
I wonder if I can upload a video clip to this blog? Hmmm. I’ll give it a try.
Yup. It worked. Amazing.
What do you think?
Today’s CD feels and sounds different from yesterday’s. The music is more interesting. The singing is more pleasant. I’m not sure what’s different. (It has to be more than my ears.) But something is. I’m actually enjoying each of these songs today.
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