Saturday, March 30, 2013

On the Road Again. Slice 30 of 31

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All of my music fits in my hand.  Who would've guessed?  That little device kept me singing from South Carolina to Ohio. La la la. #25wordstory

Many of you asked about the songs on my iPod.  It is an eclectic collection spanning many of the musical phases of my life....and the music my kids have sent my way.  I like to listen to a wide range of music.

Today I traveled home from South Carolina.  I'm not the best at sitting still so driving these long distances can be a bit of a challenge.  My iPod kept me singing for miles and miles.  The musical Rent kicked off the trip.

When I entered the country music highway I switched to genre:  country.  Garth, the Dixie Chicks, SheDaisy, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney were among the most played.  Of course, you have to sing to a little Loretta as you travel through Kentucky. 

Then I switched to my "Yeah, Baby" playlist.  Just sing a little pop and top 40 and you have it.
The group Fun and singer, Adele, brought me home.  Before I knew it, I was home.

5 comments:

  1. There's nothing like driving the open road and listening to some of your favourite tunes. I guess I'd have to say that I'm more of a Yeah Baby than a Country girl, but really I can 'get into' almost any genre as long as it's good music. Glad you had a safe and enjoyable drive.

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  2. I love the power of the POD. I'm happy just to shuffle all my songs...and feel free to fast forward to something else if necessary. Too bad I didn't have this when I was a kid. My family listened to baseball. I had nothing...
    Oh well,
    Better late than never :)

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  3. Funny! I can just picture you driving and singing! I especially love your country stint! Glad your music got you home safely!

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  4. Glad you made it home....and would I have liked to have been a fly in the car listening to you singing with your iPod. What a great way for the miles to slip quickly by.

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  5. Oh my, I hate to tell all your readers of your singing ability, lol.... Glad your music helped you pass the time on your drive home... Loved having you here..

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