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Lady Farmer Spring Playlist

Mar 19, 2020 | Reflections

spring-playlist

Spring is here!

Before we were being socially distant, we went to see the new “Emma.” in theatres, and it was nothing but a delight. As a long-time Jane Austen fan, and of course always partial to this particular story as I share the name, there was nothing better than this new version coming out around my birthday and starring my high-school music crush, Johnny Flynn, no less.

Anyway, that’s why you’ll find a bunch of songs from the Emma soundtrack on our Spring playlist, as these are the tunes that have been ushering us into this next season. While everything changes around us, just remember there is still so much to look forward to – like flowers, and sun, and every day that passes is one day closer to when we’ll all be able to gather again. I love you all, and love making playlists for you, so I hope you enjoy. 

 

 

 

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