March 5 is too early in the Slice of Life March Challenge to have writer's block. I really have nothing that is standing out in my mind that I really want to write about. I've started and then deleted several bad attempts at today's post, but I know that eventually I'll have to hit that bright orange publish button in the top right of my browser window.
So I grabbed my phone and looked for inspiration in my "Current Faves" playlist. This is what it sounds like.... a playlist composed of the music I currently like. It's a fairly fluid playlist. I take things off and add new music every couple of weeks. The past few days, I've been thinking that I need some new songs to sing along with as I do housework or drive long distances.
I have 10 and 13 year old daughters. Like their dad and me, they have eclectic musical tastes, but I still get a generous dose of pop music in the car or seeping out from under their bedroom doors. In the car lately I've been hearing the song "Geronimo" quite a bit. It's a catchy tune. It's easy to sing along to. With a click, I've purchased and added it to my playlist. The other song I bought today was "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran. Another song that is singable.
These songs join my eclectic list. How eclectic? I'll share with you some randomly selected songs:
- "Don't Dream It's Over" performed by Sixpence None the Richer
- "Haven't Met You Yet" by Michael Bublé
- "Heads Carolina, Tails California" by Jo Dee Messina
- "Heavy Metal Drummer" by Wilco
- "I Will" performed by Alison Krauss & Tony Furtado
- "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac
- "Night Changes" by One Direction
So, yeah.... I'll listen to just about anything.
And I still need some new music.