Yesterday was one of those days. One of those days that you wish you could capture in a can. It's been absolutely beautiful here in the Lou for a few days, so we've had the windows open for a while to let the house air out before the A/C has to crank up for the summer. The kiddies and the Mrs. headed out for an adventure, and I was able to play for a couple of hours. I don't know why, but as soon as picked up the bass and the stick to run the typical warm up stuff, something really enjoyable started coming out of the bass. I'm sure by the time I got loose, I was grinning ear to ear. I'm not sure what it was, but I don't think it was solely attributed to my playing (I'd like to, but let's be honest here) I was playing quite well for me, but there was something sonically going on that I just don't alway get. The bow, the bass, everything. There a full, richness to the tone that isn't always there. The complexity of the sound was amazing. It has happened before. Fortunately, I was smart enough this time to just sit back and enjoy it rather than waste it trying to figure out what was going on. I even picked up my acoustic guitar for a few minutes. It sounded pretty good too. Not looking for explanations. Just interested in hearing about others who seem to have the same sometimes. It was just one of those days that reminds you of why you wanted to play the thing in the first place.