Welcome back to the countdown!!!
Ah, holly wreaths. So simple yet add such an elegant touch to make any room more festive for the season. And so pretty to look at, too.
Found on Pinterest (original source unknown).
I have always loved acoustic music. The more simple an arrangement, the more you can really focus on the beauty of the voice singing. Today’s singer had one of the prettiest I have ever heard. She interpreted many songs in her own style, including “Autumn Leaves“, “Songbird“, “Over The Rainbow” and “Fields of Gold“, and each one was more gorgeous than the last. Her cover of today’s song is no exception.
Eva Cassidy circa early 1990’s (original source unknown).
Eva Cassidy: “Silent Night” ( written by Franz Xavier Gruber and Joseph Mohr in 1818).
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What are some of your favorite Christmas songs?
Until next time, happy listening!!!
Image found on Pinterest. Original source unknown.
“The trees are in their autumn beauty,
The woodland paths are dry,
Under the October twilight the water
Mirrors a still sky.” William Butler Yates
It is finally October. Hallelujah. I feel this way every year after surviving another summer of triple H weather (hazy, hot & humid). It’s not just the cool weather I embrace. It’s all the fairs this time of year, the activities like apple and pumpkin picking and Halloween. I may not trick-or-treat anymore, but I still watch “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” and hope he gets more than a rock. It’s also a great time for decorating, cooking and baking.
What are some of your favorite ways to welcome October and the coziness of fall?
The weather here in New England has cooled off considerably during the overnights, but a lot of the days still have temperatures between 75-80 degrees. Even though the leaves have started to change and pumpkin patch signs are everywhere I turn, I still need a push to welcome fall. And what better push than music. Enjoy.
Eric Clapton: “Autumn Leaves” (2010, written by Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer & Jacques Prevert).