The song Four Strong Winds keeps running through my mind. My favourite version is sung by Neil Young with Nicolette Larson from his Comes a Time album (1978). This album is not only one of my favourite Neil Young albums, but also one of my all-time favourite albums period!
I found this video of the title song from the album. The video seems to suit this season quite well.
I love Neil Young songs, but mixed with the harmonies of Nicolette Larson - it is so good it makes the hairs stand up on the top of my head! I love to sing -- I used to be in a church choir, very small but we had some very good male voices and we were able to do 4 part harmony. Sometimes, when I was singing and I hit a certain note, it mixed with the other voices I was hearing and gave me a buzz like a micro-second eargasm! Have you noticed I love harmony?
But wait, now I'm off on a tangent -- this was supposed to be my Thanksgiving post. I guess I get bored doing similar posts every year. What else can I say? Here was my post in 2010, my first year of blogging, where I attempted to explain our Canadian tradition of Thanksgiving:
It's Thanksgiving in Canada.
The next year I was lucky enough to be able to share a Gizzy cartoon, especially made for Thanksgiving by a fellow Armitagemaniac who is much more talented than I! :
Give Thanks for Gizzy!
So while Canada celebrates our Thanksgiving Day, I hope Armitage fans around the world have seen this wonderful video from Morrighan's Muse. She has just celebrated her first anniversary as a fan of Richard Armitage.
Thank You Richard Armitage / by Morrighan Muse
Tomorrow I'll be baking some pumpkin pies and
taking them over to my sister's house for our big turkey feast!