I entered a Rolling Stones phase a earlier this month. I’m only a few decades late to the party!
I’ve been filling in for a receptionist ghost (there is no real receptionist, just the occasional temp) about 30 miles away and the commute is a real pain in the ass. I found a silver lining on my drive home, though! The classic rock station has a “Six O’Clock Stoner" that makes the last 15 minutes of brake tapping more bearable. You guessed it, they play a couple of songs at 6 p.m. and share some story or factoids. Some songs are live versions, maybe a cover the Stones did of another song. I like it. The first song I really listened to and enjoyed was "She’s a Rainbow" Here are some more that stuck with me:
Time Waits For No One
She’s So Cold
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Other than that, what the crap was I thinking working so far away? Gas money does not grow on trees. It grows behind the receptionist desk.