Wherever You Go Today, You Go Today

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I guessed I wouldn’t be able to write when I woke up this morning. I supposed I’d, may be, listen to a bunch of music for the rest of the day.

Though, the plan was a bit different when I went to bed last night. I thought I’d write and I’d write about the play that I had watched in the evening.

The morning, however, had a different plan scheduled. Autumn rains have its own nobleness; which I believe is entirely different than anytime of the year. So, when I woke up to a moist and dreary weather, I felt the urge to unbind and listen to some Fleet Foxes and, may be, watch a movie and make some music later. But it all took a different direction with the emails of all the new posts published by my fellow bloggers.

So I decided to write… But about what…..?

The question came up in my mind since I was not willing to analyze the play and write about it today. But then something caught my attention and it was:

“Wherever You Go Today, You Go Today”  

The chorus of Mykonos by Fleet Foxes. And I decided to just start writing.

Fleet Foxes’ music always carry the joy, optimism and wonder of Christmas one way or another for me for many years now. Even when, we haven’t yet past the margins of Halloween and Diwali, I suppose it’s safe to feign that it’s almost Christmas on a relatively cold and moist Monday morning and keep up with the good spirit that comes for writing.

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Thanks to the song and my fellow bloggers who inspire me to write almost everyday. I have been trying to write at least 4 times a week for sometime now. Sometimes I have been able to and sometimes I have not…. But it’s the desire and love for blogging I’ve always liked to count on. Have an excellent day.


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10 comments on “Wherever You Go Today, You Go Today”

  1. I, for one, am not ready for Christmas. I am, however, excited for Halloween. After that, I will start planning my Christmas. It takes about six weeks of steady but slow online gift shopping, meal planning, and just general excitement. I guess a, as I got older, I became of time and his short it is. I enjoy moments as they come with almost no planning. But some things, like Christmas, need that plan.

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    1. Ahh, I’m very excited for Halloween as well. It’s just I have a really eccentric way of listening to music and that is: I try to listen to different artists in different season. To me, Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver, Of Monsters and Men and bands like these are all about Winter and Christmas. So.. Christmas kind of came early for me for Fleet Foxes I guess.😊

      Thank you so much for reading!!

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  2. It’s amazing that you have new ideas for your post so fast. I used to write everyday 7 years ago. But then It was like I’m running out of idea for my post and my busy tired life hit on me , so I couldn’t write so much anymore.

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    1. Keeping up with daily bogging is indeed difficult and I’ve been there. So I try to keep it as easy and amusing as possible for me to keep up with.
      Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to read.
      Your writings are amazing. I think you should write more often.

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