While looking around for the perfect picture to use for the first entry in my pictorial journal, I noticed the reflection of our Christmas tree in a framed photo on the wall. In addition, I noticed the light, from the light on the mantel and the sun through the window.
The glow from the light on the mantel shows off the Christmas tree Charlie made this year in school. The light coming in through the window shows light beyond the tree – beyond Christmas – into the new year.
If those thoughts aren’t over-thought enough, the music playing in the background generated more thoughts. The songs stirred an even greater sense of reflection within me. While looking forward to this new year, I found myself reflecting back, too.
The musicians to blame for my reflective thoughts were Lowen and Navarro. On more than one occasion either in a comment I left on someone’s blog or through stories shared in my own blog, I’ve mentioned the duo Lowen and Navarro. Typically, when I mention Lowen and Navarro I mention their song, “Seven Bridges”.
As we cross over the bridge into the year of 2012, I want to share with you one of my favorite songs. I think the picture and song go well together, and I think both are appropriate for the new year. (Well, mostly I’m looking for an excuse to share the song with you.)
As I have already said several times, I wish all of you the best 2012 has to offer. I hope you find yourself happy most of the time and laughing more than crying. Unless, of course, your tears are generated by a story of fiction created by me. I’m all for stirring the emotions of others. (Though I’ll try hard to make you laugh more than make you cry.)
Please take a few minutes and listen to “Seven Bridges”. I think you’ll like it. Happy New Year!