A Musical Adventure

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Happy Sunday!

I woke up today to lots of beautiful white snow and sunny skies. I would love nothing more then to strap on snow snowshoes and headout for a proper adventure. The only problem is that I have a 10 hours shift at the hospital tonight.

Now the question is. Do you want to go on an adventure with me anyways?! To bad…you’re coming. 😀

We are taking a musical adventures. Currently as I am writing this I am listenting to a new favorite playlist on Spotify called “oat milk lattes in the mountains” by Kasey Gelsomino.

Like any good adventure there are familiar parts such as “The Cave” by Mumford & Sons. This song is so peaceful to me and yet invigorating at the same time. It has such a wonderfully steady beat to it that you are almost compelled to keep putting one foot in front of the next to achieve your goals.

Then just around the corner there is something new and spectacular. “All the Debts I Owe” by Caamp. I could stay lost within this music all day long. The story it tells is one so simple, relatable, but yet almost requires you to travel back in time to picture it.

Almost every adventure I take helps to calm my soul and heal a little part of me that I never knew needed healing in the first place. Today’s adventure is no exception. “Coastline” by Hollow Coves allows for the soul to sink into it. The feeling of the air getting warmer around you like a soft blanket, as the sun rises over the ocean. Absolutly peaceful and hopefull.

Music has alwasy been a tool that I have used to travel anywhere in the world I want to go, simply by closing my eyes.  Past, present or future…with the right soundtrack you can get there.

I hope you have enjoyed going on this adventure today.

Adventures do not all have to be big and grand. They do not require lots of money or any danger at all. To me adventures allow you to wounder some place unique and to step away from all the busyness of day to day life.

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