Aww…some Monday’s Music Moves Me

Aww Mondays – Back at the Butterfly Bush

Monday’s Music Moves Me

This week the theme at 4M is a freedom of choice week. I am taking a trip in the “Way-back” machine to the late sixties. One of the popular groups of the day was Crosby, Stills and Nash. Their harmonies are reminiscent of The Eagles. I’ll include one of their songs for reference. At one point, singer/songwriter Neil Young joined the group and they became Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Each of the guys had a solo career after the the group broke up. Here are a couple of Neil Young songs. I liked his sound back in that day. Enjoy.

Have a blessed week y’all!

Aww…Monday’s Music Moves Me!

Aww…some Monday

We’ve been on vacation. What do retired people take a vacation from, you ask. Like everyone else, we escape the daily grind, such as it is. Yes, much more of our time is ours to do as we please, but we do have responsibilities and spending a few days away from our normal life is a pleasant experience. We spent a week in St. Augustine, Florida! Yes, we flew and too everyone’s surprise, we had no flight cancellations or delays and we had no problems getting our rental car. Of course my wife/travel agent booked the trip several months in advance to minimize the possibilities of travel woes. So what did we do?

We drove along the beach one day on highway A1A. I never got at T-shirt.

We spent part of a day at the beach. It was a red flag warning day so we just walked along the surf.

We spent one day on the “hoop on -hop off” trolley touring Old Town St. Augustine. It was a good day.

One of the prettiest streets in America.

Monday’s Music Moves Me

In keeping with the theme of my photos, the theme at 4M this week is vacation songs. I know that sounds like a difficult theme but you have to bend the rules just a little to get some unique entries into this category. Have you ever taken a driving vacation where you just headed in a general direction without a plan and stopped whenever the mood struck you or you saw something interesting? Well, it’s a little like sailing into the mystic.