I admit it, I do not own an iPod. Or iPhone. Or iPad. I am technologically challenged, despite being with a computer geek (in the best sense). I joke that I’m going to buy one of those phones they advertise on commercials during The Price is Right. You know, the Jitterbug. It has great big buttons, makes calls, and that’s it. Instead my hubby bought me a Blackberry that I loathe. It’s one redeeming feature is that I can load podcasts onto it and listen while I’m driving/spinning/working it/you name it. I mastered reading while knitting a few years ago, so don’t typically use it for that, but it is heavenly to have the option.
Today’s list is a bit more challenging for me than the others because I’m not a huge music person. I love music, but I don’t listen to a lot of it. I’ve played the piano since I was 4 and enjoy nothing more than sitting down and rocking some Chopin or Bach. I just don’t walk around all the time with headphones on, in my own world. I guess I should confess here that my four year old does own an iPod, and does indeed walk around quite often with headphones on. He loves him some tunes.
Here is what cd’s I have in my car right now, and this, along with NPR and BBC 1 radio is what my listening has consisted of the past few days.
Today, this has been heartily suplimented with songs from a child’s electronic toy guitar.