Thursday Motorway Music™, October 23 – A Monday That Flew Away

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I had actually hoped to have a “special version” of the (not so) regular Monday list out – a “Monday Runway Music” one, as I was flying out of CPH that morning and the carrier, Norwegian, actually offers internet in their planes.

I did get online – but either the plane had too many keyboard-happy passengers connecting or something or other in the system didn’t work too well. In any case, the connection broke often and when it didn’t, bytes came in at the speed of flowing treacle. So that was that.

The rest of Monday and the following days were spent with a load of international colleagues so writing had to take second place. And so we’re back – on a Thursday, not a Monday, and with a regular Motorway version.

Nothing out of the ordinary, then – given that, admittedly, these posts do not have the clockwork regularity that the titles could imply. But it sort of fits the day – the ordinariness, that is – even the meteorogist on the radio this morning called it a “rather bland and boring day” with gray clouds, not much wind, maybe a little rain but nothing to don the full hard-weather gear for.

The weather those three days in Sweden wasn’t anything to write home about, either. But still, it showed that Dalarö is a very pretty area.

The Streets Of Berlin – Sinne Eeg
Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 – Pink Floyd
Nothin’ But A Good Times – Poison
Night Fever – Bee Gees
I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ – Scissor Sisters

Photo by me.
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