Well, I really must share this. I gave up music many years ago..(many many years ago..) It was always something that I had to work hard to it and practice with it almost daily and always had to look at the words so I can hear the lyrics. It was something I felt I had to do it because it was a "teen" thing and all my friends were into music, dance and such. I always felt left out when bunch of us would be singing and dancing, and knowing the words. It was in my world at that time..so if that is something I had to adapted, then I will learn. I think when I got married..and I sort of gave up on music..because it is always constantly changing and I don't go to night clubs anymore. so what's the point? Yeah, it just fades away.
Until then I have a daughter, almost a teen daughter who is blasting away her stereo and listening to good old rock and roll. She loves listening to all types and I'm in envy when I see her and my husband just singing and dancing away. Some of my old favs..just came flooding back. How do I not resist this?
So last week, as I was driving to Chilliwack for client's appointment..it was a long drive and I thought I'll try one of my daughter's CD . Dixie Chicks all stars. W O W..for the first time, I was pretty surprised how clear the lyrics were and I was like ? oh gosh. I can actually hear the words. My SUV stereo isn't the "top" of the line and I have tried before..it was always not clear with me. So I never listened in the truck anymore. I didn't want to spend $$$ for better system. Since Sean never really use my truck and it's not worth the investment for a "deaf" person to have top of line stereo in the SUV anyway. but now... mmmmm
I was pretty shocked how clear the words are..I got so excited that I wanted to grab that CD case and see what's song it is played and words. Just saying..wow!!! maybe I am ready to try again. After all, I have almost teen daughter, so it's my duty to show her the cool stuff. (wink)
Next week, we have a staff meeting..I will try the FM system and see how that goes.