Thursday, 13 June 2013


I admit it, I'm addicted to Netflix. Friends told me that would be so, okay so I haven't had television for so many years. I'm catching up. I'm enjoying watching Crossing Jordan at the moment. So nice to be able to watch without adverts and to watch one then another. So I occasionally watch three in a row, big deal. I finished my book last night, my last book so need another wind down. Ergo was the book, the book of the movie. I hope the movie was more thrilling than the book.

So one of the things I like about Crossing Jordan is the music. There are snippets of songs and I look these up at the end. It's a challenge to find them at times because they can be a little obscure. This evenings song was the one below. I found it from a few lyrics that touched a chord. I love music, music is the sound track to my life. A constant. I had never heard of Mary Chapin Carpenter before, although she is a contemporary of mine. I know I will enjoy more of her music.


Di said...

A NZ movie/tv series to look for: Jane Campion's Top of the Lake. I have it, by chance, if you want to wait that long.
I also have most of Mary Chapin Carpenter's music :-)
Amos Lee ... have you found him yet? You might like him too. 'The Windows are Rolled Down' is a favourite of mine, great for traveling.

Jule's Short Story said...

I searched Top of the Lake and had no joy so may have to wait. All is confirmed now, can't wait to be in Italy again, the coffee, Chianti, company :)

Amos Lee, yes he's great. You're right great road trip music! TTFN xxx