I always love it when friends, or anyone, share music they’ve discovered, or just what they’re currently enjoying. There’s really something wonderful about hearing a song for the first time that you love immediately. There’s something really special about that first listen. This is different for everyone. What may make me really excited may bore someone else, but that’s okay, and I think that’s what makes music so great. There’s different types of sounds, different styles, and most importantly: different types of people.
Anyway, all that to say there’s a song by husband and wife duo, Jenny & Tyler called “Skyline Hill”. They recently posted the music video for the song, and ever since then, I’ve been listening to the song all the time. It has such a simply beautiful sound that you can’t help but feel the emotion behind it.
I wanted to share it with you, and I hope you enjoy it too.
“Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me wanna buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.”
– You’ve Got Mail!
Happy Fall, everyone! Even though the season doesn’t officially begin until next week, I’d like to say that it is officially here! School has started, college football season has begun, Pumpkin Spice Lates are back at Starbucks, and it’s almost socially appropriate to wear scarves again. I say this about scarves because in Texas, it could easily be well into October before we get any cool weather. I would have to say that scarves are my favorite part of the changing seasons. I probably have more scarves than the average person. Once it’s cool enough, I wear a scarf most days of the week.
Last Saturday we had the first day of significantly nice weather since the spring. It felt a little bit like fall, and it was wonderful. I watched You’ve Got Mail, which is one of my favorite movies and always puts me in the mood for fall. If only we had a gorgeous fall here in Texas. I love living Texas, but it makes me really sad that we don’t get the vibrant colored leaves that people in other parts of the country get. Oh well, I’ll just have to settle for my pumpkin desserts and smells, and scarves.