Happy Thanksgiving Canadians…and soon my American friends. I am only posting one playlist for both Thanksgivings. Just a few songs that you can add to your playlist to listen to while you cook. It’s also good to have a good playlist on hand while you entertain. I prefer chill music, rather than something over the top. You want your music to add to the atmosphere. One of my pet peeves is when your ears are assaulted by super loud music at a dinner party. It’s a complete turn-off, I suppose you don’t want your guest to talk to each other?! I also think it’s bad etiquette if you have other people in the car with you. Sure, it’s your space, your car but what you do alone isn’t what you do when others are present. Just something to be mindful of and completely off topic! I had to say it! At least ask…hey do you mind? Is it too loud? Cool.
I am not sure what you are thankful for?! I hope there’s something, or someone, or a few things. Even the simple things, like getting up today, to have another day…so thankful, be thankful.
I want to thank each and every one of you who reads articles on this site! Thank you so much! So much love to you and your loved ones. I appreciate you and I hope you know this.
(Scroll through playlist)
James Vincent McMorrow
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Lana Del Ray
For those who just want a playlist that’s already done check out 8tracks.
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You can get these pumpkin candles from: Sur La Table
P.s. There are no music notes on the actual candles.