The snowplow just got stuck in my driveway. It’s a sign I told him, I’m hunkering down awhile. Sometimes natures music gets a little too husky to relax and enjoy. It’s blowing and snowing and will continue for another 24 hours I am told. With a foot of snow on my deck rail and two feet on the deck I decided to post some music of my own. A home recording. Being church was canceled we also canceled my dads birthday. I told him he can get older later (wish it worked that way).
So with the wind howling and the snow swirling I can still play and sing (Watch here).
What do you do when you are storm bound?
6 thoughts on “Making Music”
Blow some of that snow to our mountains. We need some of it and wow, you all could use a little less. That’s quite a dump! I love heavy snow days. I live in a small town and we all just hunker down and watch with delight as it piles up. For me, snow days mean good cross country skiing! It also means staring out my window, thinking, writing, maybe an indoors workout and deciding what kind of soup to make for dinner.
I liked your song– I sing at church sometimes. Definitely outside my comfort zone though :).
I think we are getting some of your snow Julie. It’s camping over us. I would be snow shoeing or fishing but the winds are brutal. I understand the music comfort zone, I hide behind my keyboard!
Liked the song, Gary. I like to make soups on snowy days, see the snow fall out the window, and listen to music with excellent lyrics. And a good book is always good if you can read uninterrupted!
Liked the song, Gary. I make soup, grab a good book (as long as their are no interruptions), sit near a window, and put on mellow music with good lyrics.
Thanks, I like the book idea. I sit by the fireplace in the great room.
Thanks Gary, I listen to it before but I had to listen to it again…and I hope you don’t mind but I posted it to my facebook page.