I love Jane Austen's weaving of love stories from the 1700's. I could read Pride and Prejudice over and over, and probably never tire of reading about Elizabeth and Darcy.
As I checked out at one of my favorite thrift
stores I noticed a box filled with music CD's placed on the counter. There are no sleeve
covering, so I guess that is why they were giving them away. I could take up to
10 CD's, so I picked out some that I thought I might be familiar with.
I thought I would pop them into the CD player in the car and decide whether I would keep them or pass them on.
They sat on the kitchen counter, waiting patiently for me in a zippy
bag, until one day I threw the bag into my purse and took them with me.
I popped them into the CD player one at a time. The
first few were not very appealing to me, so I would fast forward
them, and then pop it out and plug another one into the player. That is
until this one that captured me.
I don't know what it was about the CD, but
I was swooning. Maybe it was the old show tunes, or maybe it was just
the rendition. My Mom always liked the music from the theater and
movies. But when these started, I was lost.
Mountain" from the Sound of Music. " Oh What a Beautiful Morning" from
Oklahoma. "Over the Rainbow" from Wizard of Oz. "Sunrise, Sunset" from
Fiddler on the Roof. "The Impossible Dream" from Man of LaMancha.
"You'll Never Walk Alone"........... I mean they just went on, and on.
The familiarity of the tunes wooed me. They were romantic stories set to music. It was such a pleasant ride, I was singing and swooning. I never did make it through the other 7 CD's!