Yesterday the cotton flew off the tree so fiercely from a wind storm, I tried to catch what appeared like a June snowstorm on my phone. It would not have surprised me to see actual snow in June. But the storm that followed the wind carried only rain this time.
Walking in a store today I had a strange experience. It's rare to hear music from America in Mongolia. When you do, it's usually hip-hop or rap, perhaps surprisingly to most.
But when I heard an American country/pop song today, I couldn't resist asking if it was the radio. The store clerk said no, it was a song from her phone. So then I asked, what's the name of the singer? She couldn't say. I was about to tell her, but then other people walked in.
So I thought I'd write it down here: Taylor Swift might be proud to know her music is played by Mongolians as well. Maybe she already knew that, you think?