Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Do you hear what I hear

Many, many years ago, I sang with a ladies trio. We only sang together for a short while, but it was something that I so enjoyed. I'm sure you have heard better quality, but we made some pretty harmony.

At this time of year I always love to hear the Christmas music. Some are peppy and some are slow and easy. Who can resist singing along with Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole or Karen Carpenter. They are all gone, but their music still fills the air every year.

So today I am thankful for the music. The music that puts us all in the Christmas spirit. Whether we have snow or sand, Christmas music fills our hearts with memories. Some of times past, and some of days to come.

Enjoy the beautiful sounds of the season.

5 comments:

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

I am thankful for music because I can't sing a note and appreciate a good tune. Sometimes I play Christmas music at other times of the year. It shouldn't be saved just for one season.
Living it up at Lakewood,
Cindy

Jane said...

I so agree! I love music and especially Christmas music. I'm in my car a lot for work and I have had my radio tuned in to a 24/7 Christmas station since before Thanksgiving. I really think I'm quite the singer when I'm in the car by myself!!
Jane

Allie said...

I agree - but oh I wish I could sing! My boys wish I could too. They don't truly appreciate my efforts. *G*

Tea With Tiffany said...

Music is a gift to my senses. I love most all of it. Thank you for visiting my blog.

Peace to you.

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

Hi Jocelyn,
I love Christmas music. It is fun to hear even if it is 80 degrees outside and everyone is in shorts and flip flops!
Valerie