“I don’t wanna live like this, but I don’t wanna die” – “Harmony Hall”Read More »
It’s March and I have just determined my favorite book of 2019. How can I know so early? Because this book is THAT great. The hype is true and real. I want to shout my love from the rooftops, but all I have is this blog.Read More »
Music was a huge part of my upbringing—we are a music kind of family. My first cassette tape that I bought myself was Jewel’s Pieces of Me and my first CD was No Doubt’s Tragic Kingdom. Most parents either listened to a lot of oldies or the local pop and Top 40 station on the radio. My parents weren’t going to sacrifice their ears to Britney Spears and N’SYNC, so we had to listen to what they wanted to hear—current alternative rock as well as classic rock. Boy bands and pop stars just weren’t a part of my life, except for the greats like Spice Girls and Destiny’s Child.