I listen to classical music regularly while driving. I spend 8-10 hours a week in my car, sometimes more, so I do get to listen to a lot of classical music. So, when I saw a post over at Harvey’s, I knew I had to challenge myself by watching and listening to the video. I didn’t get them all, but I did okay.
If you’re a fan of classical music, even a casual fan (everything you know you heard on Bugs Bunny cartoons), you might enjoy it. I did.
Now that we’ve had our classical music fix, what’s on your mind? Got something you want to share with the group? Now’s the time. It’s Sunday Night Open Thread.
What’s on your mind? Anything you miss doing recently? Anything you did recently you want to admit to tell us about? Or anything else you want to talk about? Now’s the time, after all. It’s Friday Night Open Thread.
I haven’t had a Coke in some time. The longest I have gone without a Coke, since I started drinking Cokes, was early in the Army, when I went around three months without one. Well, since December, when I was hospitalized twice, I have only had one Coke, that that was only about ¼ of a Coke, and that was in March.
If you know how to read a calendar, you know that March was around five months ago. And, if you know math, you know that five is usually a larger number than three. So, I’ve now exceeded the time in the Army when I went without a Coke.
That Army thing was in the U.S., not during any deployment. I was able to get Cokes during all my deployments. Not every day, but I never went three months without a Coke, other than my first few months in the service. At the end of that three months, I was looking forward to a Coke. Right now? Nope. I’m not drinking Cokes because I’m not wanting a Coke.
I have an iPhone. I like it. But, there are some things you can’t do with an iPhone that you can do with Android.
One is to set a different default navigation system. Which I wish I could do.
I use Waze most of the time. Even though it has sent me to the wrong place, so has Google Maps and Apple Maps, negating any advantage there. The social features, such as others reporting objects on road or cars stopped beside the road, or the speed limit listed on the map, are handy. So, Waze is my go-to navigation app.
Good news for you if you’re an Android user and like Waze. You can set it as your default navigation app.