Theme Song

And we’re back!

It’s like the minute I tell my body that we are going to be exercising, it goes and throws a protest and decides that we are going to be virus-ing instead.

Anyway, I’ve been filling up my ipod with all different types of music. I spend a lot of time driving and listening to music, and I find my mind wandering while listening trying to find the real meaning of songs. I probably read into songs way too much, but I like thinking that there are hidden messages that the songwriters threw in there that only a few people will figure out.

I’m nuts.

Remember when Ally McBeal came up with that whole “theme song” thing? Where everyone had a theme song that would play in their head? I often wonder what my theme song would be. Although my life ebs and flows, and there are good and bad times, one song always seems to adequately represent me more than any others.

“One Headlight” by the Wallflowers.

I’m not sure if I know what that song is about, but in my head? It’s about me exactly.

Surely, I can’t be the only one who has a theme song?  Anyone else?

And, because I love ya, here’s a picture of my great kid. Yesterday was a rough day at our house, and a normal two year old might not have handled a sick mom and dad as well as Leah did. She’s a champ.


1 comment:

karastefa said...

Had to laugh at this... was catching up on the last three entries, from ipod to sick: life has a way of getting you all gung-ho about something and then *bam* slamming on the brakes saying, "hold on there, partner, why so quick to change?" Like, give me a break, I was just getting some momentum!!

I barely remember Aly; wasn't as die hard about her as I was about Felicity. Never thought about a personal theme song; hmmm. But I do remember when Bon Jovi came on as the plumber. I started watching it again then (and didn't even like Bon Jovi till the 00's... still have a hard time admitting that I enjoy their music now.)

If it makes you feel better, I don't have an iPod yet *gasp*; keep telling myself I'm just waiting for the day they can implant a chip in my head for all this data instead of carrying around 5 different devices. Maybe an iPhone would suffice - someday...
I will recommend the Genius feature in iTunes though, if you haven't already discovered it. You will wonder how you ever lived without it.

I should probably get that Avett Bros; keep hearign about it from different friends and like what I've heard on Sirius.