My friend, storyteller extraordinaire and fellow crochet artiste Shelly Tucker, has begun a Share a Square project, in which crocheting volunteers send her granny squares to be stitched together into afghans for young cancer patients. (Please click on the link for more details.)
I’ve joined in–and also found a way to combine two of my passions, crochet and music, in “music to crochet to.” First up, this tune, originally recorded, I think, by the group Restless Heart, but here performed by Eagles hottie Timothy B. Schmit.
I admit I’m not crazy about the sax (OKAY, OKAY, don’t throw things at me; I’m just not a fan of saxophone), but I can get a good crochet rhythm going to this song–and croon along at the same time. 🙂
(Come to think of it, also an excellent example of what my musician brother calls “belt-buckle-polishin'” slow dance music. . .) 😉