You know, I’m a commuter now that MDK World Headquarters is a daily destination for me. Yeah, I’m a road warrior.
It’s a very new feeling to me after so many years of carting offspring around town. It’s just me, going to work.
Karen Templer and DG Strong were in my car this week, and DG commented on the tidiness of it. I pointed out proudly that there were absolutely no French fries in the back seat. He should have seen the Mom Bomb, back in the day.
I figured out something that’s been really fun recently: not listening to the news while driving. I’ve been wallowing in Nashville’s Classical 91.1 WFCL, and it makes it downright pleasant to navigate the craters of I-440.
The other day, I was transported off into a dreamy, beautiful place, dodging 18-wheelers while listening to some divine symphony I didn’t recognize. Then, all of a sudden, in the midst of all that orchestral loveliness, the exquisite theme “Goin’ Home” floated into my car, and I realized it was Antonin Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9: From the New World.
So that’s what I’ve put up top, for listening while knitting. Or commuting. Or doing absolutely nothing at all.
Wishing everyone a peaceful, lovely weekend.