So, what does this have to do with music? Well, when you are driving 40 to 60 minutes to get to a field, you can listen to some stellar tracks.
I have a variety of places to get my music from - iTunes, Pandora, Songza and of course, the radio. My favorite remains my own iTunes. This week I pondered just how it picks which songs to play when I hit shuffle. And I always hit shuffle. Is it the number of times a song has been played? Is it an alphabetical thing? Is it because I am thinking of someone and so, of course, THAT song should come on? Is it because someone is thinking of me? Is there some complicated algorithm? (You are figuring out just how many hours I spent in the car, aren't you.)
THIS much I know is true:
I tried to figure out how to use the audio player on the blog so I could list a TON of songs, but, it was too much for me to decipher last night. I did determine that iTunes does NOT equal an mp3 track and I cannot just drop and drag a song in like I hoped. I'll figure it out soon.
In the meantime, I will leave you with songs I bet you will know all the words to.
What songs do YOU know all the words to? SHARE! And have an awesome Saturday!