August 10, 2005

If it makes you happy, it can't be that bad.

Sunny with a high of 75...

Relient K. A great addition to my small collection of CD's. Thanks, Mr. S.!

I'm a country/rock/dance rap/contemp. gospel/soul/bluegrass/pop gal; I like lots of music, but I'm limited to what is played on the radio, usually, because my car CD player is so intricate that I don't like to run it while I'm trying to drive (the operative word is "try"). :-)

It's nice having great connections that know the music world beyond the pay-for-play world of radio.

Frankly, I'm sick of just listening to anything--most of it is crap anyway. I think it's time I invested.

Posted by Amanda Cochran at August 10, 2005 11:28 PM | TrackBack

Amen to that.

I'm glad you like the CD. The one I gave you is definitely the best of them all, in my opinion.

Now, if only you would give Muse a chance... Ah well, I'll keep working on it. ;)

Posted by: ChrisU at August 11, 2005 2:59 AM

Karissa bought me an FM Transmitter for my iPod... so now I can control what's played on the radio! I recommend you try one out!

Posted by: Mike Rubino at August 11, 2005 7:37 AM

Oh, hooray, I was mentioned as a good gift-giver :-D

I can't wait till I get my iPod so that I can have some portable music... perhaps I'll have to get my car's speakers fixed sometime here soon so that I actually remember what music -is-. Sheesh.

Glad you're loving the music, Amanda. I'll have to hook you up with another mixed CD here soon...!

Posted by: Karissa at August 11, 2005 2:53 PM

And I'll keep working on country with you, Chris. :)

Thanks for the suggestion, Mike. Are there monthly fees for the service?

Karissa, I love mixed CD's from pals. I'll look forward to it. Thanks!

Posted by: Amanda at August 11, 2005 6:43 PM

Hi AmandaGood for the country music from your west
virginia grandma

This Saturday is the country music at the Shriners, we go every month. You know the kind of music we have here real loud and makes the windows rattle

Posted by: grammy at August 11, 2005 7:21 PM

Hey grammy, that sounds like some country music even I could get into. ;) Lots of music is best played really, really loud.

Posted by: ChrisU at August 11, 2005 9:24 PM

West Virginia? Am I missing something, Grandma?

Posted by: Amanda at August 11, 2005 9:59 PM

The FM transmitter doesn't cost anything to use. You just tune it in to an unused frequency and play your ipod or mp3 player on the speakers in your car. It's really awesome :-) The one I bought for Mike wasn't that expensive, but (it's the brand he had been scoping out ;-) and it works fantastically.

Posted by: Karissa at August 12, 2005 9:23 AM
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