Okay, so it hit me like a ton of bricks just how much time I spent with small children I spent last year.
How? You ask. (So glad you did, by the way. You are always so gracious.)
I have a subscription to Rhapsody. Which means when I get two seconds I can listen to music and put it on cds. This past weekend I had a free hour, so I took my list of songs I had been wanting to put on a disc downstairs and prepared to make a cd.
You can search by song title or by artist. The whole thing can be pretty finicky, so I usually just search by artist. I can normally tell who is singing the song, but don't always get the song titles as precise as the Rhapsody search engine demands.
Which leads to today's post.
I LOVE a certain song I'd been hearing on Redneck K-Love. (Yeah, I know there's another name for it, but most of the time I can't remember it. And I call it that out of respect.) And I'm kinda ticked because the other (read: secular) radion stations won't play it. And I don't know who sings it, because RKL doesn't usually announce the artists they've just played.
So I searched "Three Things I Wouldn't Trade For Anything" on Rhapsody and came up empty. Changed the "Three" to "3" because the search engine is that picky. Still nothing. Then I tried it and switched "trade" to "change". Nada. Zilch. Zeee-rooo.
Out of frustration, I went to Google. And typed in the few words I could remember. And what do you know?
This is what I found. (You can click on the word "this" and it will take you there-my hyperlink is being weird.) As it turns out, being around a lot of people missing teeth will do something to your ability to differentiate sounds. And boy did I have a big laugh when I realized that. And it has only added to my enjoyment of the song.
One day, my life will be normal! :)