So one bright and sunny Saturday I got in my car and was driving.
Driving to meet my family at a restaurant, they were out snowmobiling again.
I was listening to the radio, per usual not paying much attention except to the fact there was a beat. Because I really don't listen to the words all the time, unless the song is very catchy - has an ear-worm so to speak. Suddenly I was freaking out over this song...I couldn't believe the words I was hearing. And my child was not in sight - a thing that often causes me panic over what *might* be happening because I am that crazy.
So there I was driving on a BEAUTIFUL Sunny Saturday - tears streaming down my cheeks. And of course again now as I listen to the song and write this for you - I am crying again.
Has that ever happened to you? You hear a song maybe a dozen or more times and you just have not listened to it - then you do and you have a strong reaction? Good or bad? Tell me.
The song in question for me?
The Field - Mason Jennings
try not to cry