The difference one day can make. One day in a t-shirt; the next in the snow.
I first recorded this song, Captain O’Kane, on a whim. After a trail run, I was playing Coda as dusk eased into dark. The Spring peepers (little frogs) sounded so nice that I had to join in, so I knelt in front of a tree, propped my phone against it, and hit record. The next day, when a refreshing snow took us by surprise, I decided to record it again to show the difference a single day can make.
Today's problems may look a lot different tomorrow!
The tune is attributed to Irish composer Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738).