Today’s Word of the Day (well, yesterday’s) is steadfast which means, “firm in belief or loyal to a cause.” I didn’t think I could do anything with today’s actual Word of the Day, so I’m using yesterday’s for my blog post. I hope you don’t mind. When it comes to politics, I am very, very steadfast in my beliefs. They don’t waver for anyone or anything. I understand that flexibility is a good thing and that it’s not wise to be totally unyielding all the time, but for some things, I just cannot ever see myself suddenly doing a heel turn and changing my mind. I’m the same way with some foods, music, and books. For example, if you don’t like Led Zeppelin, I’m not sure we can be friends. They’re one of my “ride or die” bands, and I’ve been a fan ever since I was probably 12 or 13 years old and first heard “Get the Led Out” on WLUP, Chicago’s classic rock station. Every night at 7 o’clock, they’d air three (or was it five?) Led Zeppelin songs in a row, and that’s how I got into their music. On that note, for today’s Musical Interlude Friday selection, here is Led Zeppelin performing “In My Time of Dying” from their 2007 reunion concert. It’s over 11 minutes long, so buckle up. Enjoy!