at·mos·phere n. mood or tone: a prevailing emotional tone or attitude, especially one associated with a specific place or time.
Before I was married, I was a music freak. I sang in two bands, hung out with musicians, and talked about music all the time. I listened to all sorts of genres, and I loved discovering the the newest sound.
The moment I hopped out of bed, I would put on my favourite CD. I knew all the latest songs, and when in the car, the radio was always switched on.
Then I got married and moved to a place where we couldn't get any radio frequency. I didn't sing anymore, and I couldn't pop down to the music store for my music fix.
Pre-recorded music was replaced with live music. I guess because I loved music so much, I married a guitar genius.
Although I barely sing anymore, and hardly have time to play the piano, I now live where there is a plethora of CDs, iTunes, radio stations and music to choose from.
But I still choose my husband's live music.