Music Has Charms To Soothe The Savage Breast

And that is no typo or so I have learned when trying to cite the author.  I thought Shakespeare wrote it but I was wrong.  I thought it was beast not breast and that was wrong too.  This proverb comes from the play The Mourning Bride, by William Congreve, an English author of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.

And now that we’re done with our lesson of the day, here’s a quick story of how I was surprised. Then there is that technology thing again … steps forward, steps back.

I always charged by phone on an electrical outlet until I learned you can charge through the PC.  Who knew?  Not me obviously.  When I did this recently my phone automatically starting syncing with iTunes.  Yipee!! means more music to enjoy and a throw back from the past. You see I have not used iTunes in years.  I was like a kid in the candy store and then I realize “Hey! these are not my songs!” Well they were … some were but several were selected by Pony.  He and I used to share an account and even little Lulu used the account too.

Bonanza!  Not the TV show, the exclamation!  I was heavy with U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Maroon Five – I must have been going through a phase :).  Pony had Mitch Hedberg – comedy album and Anthrax.  Lulu picked Panic! at the Disco, Marina and the Diamonds and Foster the People.  Enjoy some Helena Beat ❤

As always, more to come.

 

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