P.G., my wife, likes to use dumpsters to help clean out the house. So this past weekend, I came across a lot of items to get rid of like, my daughter’s old crib, fraternity pictures and work documents that I had longer than we have lived in the house. It was a challenge throwing out some of my old things.
The most difficult thing was throwing out my old cassette tapes. P.G. asked me, “How are you going to listen to them?” Laughing, I responded, “I’ll figure out a way.” One thing that caught my eye was one of the cassette cases that was labeled Songs for P.G. It really took me back to 17 years ago, when times were a little simpler, when you could still send love letters instead of love texts.
Back then, cell phones weren’t easily accessible, so if you wanted to let your GF or BF know you were thinking about them, you couldn’t just send a 140 character note on your phone. You had to talk on a regular phone, or write a letter. I wasn’t as eloquent with words as I am now, so I would use music and lyrics to get my point across. It helps to know what learning style your significant other might be because you can send your message in a different way and it will enhance your meaning.
Visual learners like diagrams.
Auditory learners enjoy music and videos.
Kinesthetic learners enjoy touching things.
The funny part about my love cassette was that it didn’t resonate with P.G., she is a visual learner. I, on the other hand, loved my playlist and she still married me anyway.
Since this is Marriage Music Monday, I am going to share some of the songs on the list plus a video. For those visual learners, I hope you enjoy it.
She – Will Downing
The Best is Yet to Come – Grover Washington/Patti Labelle
Someone Like You – Van Morrison
In All my Wildest Dreams – Joe Sample
You taught my heart to sing – Dianne Reeves
2 thoughts on “Sometimes Your words just aren’t enough. (M.M.M.)”
I absolutely adore this post! I still have the cassette tape from my first love and I have the song he sent me as a form of apology on my iPhone. I agree, sometimes words just aren’t enough.
No kidding! Really appreciate all the good work you’re doing. Keep it up.