My friend, collaborator, and business partner, Wyatt Waters, and I are working back in Italy this week leading a group of people through one of our favorite parts of the world.
For many people the holiday season is a time for peace, joy, and happiness.
This time of year often brings cheery songs, gifts, lights, parties, family gatherings, and the celebration of a New Year, but for many people the holiday season means loneliness and the feeling of “being left out the celebration.”
For her second record, Camila Cabello steps further away from her Fifth Harmony identity to balance danceable Pop (both the American EDM-based and the chugging Latin grooves that correspond with her Cuban heritage) and a new edgy midtempo ballad sensibility.
The turkey has seen better days. But then, he was a loner when I rescued him from a parking lot in Meridian or somewhere in that vicinity several years ago.
One of the first songs I remember my mother ever playing on the piano was “Sentimental Journey,” a jazz standard made popular by Doris Day around the time the Second World War ended.
Gonna take a sentimental journey.
Gonna set my heart at ease.
Gonna make a sentimental journey.
To renew old memories.
While I make no claim to being a prophet, a seer, a soothsayer, or even flat-out smart, I can predict with utmost confidence what will be on the minds of the approximately 70,000 men and women of the Navy and Marine Corps who will be at sea or in port overseas on Thanksgiving Day: food and home.