Somebody asked what programs I use and where I buy my music. Since she had her profile locked down, I couldn't respond so I'll share it here. I buy most of my music through Amazon. They usually have the most selection, they're very easy to use, and usually the cheapest. I also use iTunes because they have some exclusive agreements on certain albums/songs not available elsewhere. I always use the iTunes software for making playlists. It's easy and it came with the computer, so you know, kinda free. I'm not promoting either...it's just what I do. I'm sure there's a kajilion other ways too.
I used to collect CDs as a hobby when I was much younger and tried to keep up with lesser-known musicians. They always worked a lot harder and were usually better than mainstream. Although, I appreciate a lot of mainstream too. I'm not as good at keeping up anymore but I dabble from time to time checking out and collecting new songs (MP3s now) along the way.
Today, I'm thankful for:
~A cold morning that quickly turned warm due to an intense outside workout.
~Shelter, food, family, and freedom
~My cogs, for they are-a-churning to think up new and different ways to exercise. Lots of daydreaming going on BUT still exercising all the while... not just the daydreaming. Heheh.
~Daydreams again. I'm conspiring with a friend to spread the spark locally. We're brainstorming on doing a year-round fundraiser whilst inspiring people to get moving.
~Today I sold my last 2 seats at One World's charity dinner! Woot! I'm table captain for the dinner/silent auction and had to sell by the plate for one table. So relieved people came through and committed to such a great cause and event.
~That I had a knitting project in the car. That was a LONG train!