Music Monday: Autumn Leaves

by Jill Kemerer

Thanksgiving is almost here! I love this American holiday. We eat a ton of yummy food, watch a little football, and hang out with loved ones. Pumpkin pie with loads of whipped cream is a must-eat dessert. Seconds? Yes, please!

And since this time of year just fills me with happiness, I’m listening to Vince Guaraldi’s beautiful jazz music. Most of you know Vince Guaraldi’s pieces from A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the song I’m sharing below is not as well-known, but lovely all the same. Give “Autumn Leaves” a try. I hope it brings a smile to your face!

What are you listening to lately?

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About JillKemerer

I write inspirational romance novels for Harlequin Love Inspired.

4 thoughts on “Music Monday: Autumn Leaves

  1. I could listen to Vince Guaraldi all day…maybe I will! lol And I love Thanksgiving, too.

  2. JillKemerer says:

    I could too, Patricia!! So lovely!

  3. Fun post, Jill. 🙂 I enjoy listening to David Nevue, especially when I’m having my quiet time in the mornings. I’ve also adopted Johnny Diaz’ song, “Breathe” as my theme song for the year. 🙂

    • JillKemerer says:

      I love “Breathe” Jeanne! But I haven’t heard David Nevue. I’ll check him out. Thank you for the suggestions–have a happy Thanksgiving!

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