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Amos Lee - Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight [url][/url] Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody [url][/url] C+C Music Factory - Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) [url][/url] Aaron Neville - Can't Stop My Heart From Loving You (The Rain Song) [url][/url] La Bouche - Be My Lover [url][/url] Cake - Mexico [url][/url] Bobby Brown - My Prerogative [url][/url] Juice Newton - Angel Of The Morning [url][/url] Babyface - When Can I See You [url][/url] LeAnn Rimes - How Do I Live [url][/url] Debarge - Rhythym of the Night [url][/url] Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes - Up Where We Belong [url][/url] The Tony Rich Project - Nobody Knows [url][/url] Eminem - Stan [url][/url] Leon Bridges - Coming Home [url][/url] Lorde - Tennis Court [url][/url] Aaron Neville & Linda Ronstadt - Don't Know Much Keane - Walnut Tree [url][/url] C+C Music Factory - Here We Go Let's Rock & Roll [url][/url] James Blunt - Goodbye My Lover [url][/url] La Bouche - Sweet Dreams [url][/url] Are you in good hands? I'm checking my smoke detectors and light fixtures for bugs weird you posted here...I just started watching Far From Heaven minutes ago. You're in my brain, hownos Ooh I loved my trapper! Cool. Good luck. Tough break that you start college in the year of the virus. Stay safe and have fun. Are you on your way to Amherst this fall? Sonic Youth - Superstar — formerly Delaney & Bonnie, Carpenters, Luther Vandross et al. [url][/url] Time does fly in the real world. Every year goes faster than the last. Except this year. Covid year is feeling draggy. I remember hating it, or at the very least just counting the days for it to finally be over, so I could never look back. It's not like I was bullied, or sexually assaulted, or anything so major. I was very depressed throughout most of it. My academic achievement was very high, I had lots of good friends, and I was quite successful in my extra-curriculars, but I always felt so imprisoned. It was a large school, and despite my success, I always felt very insignificant. I [i]knew[/i] I was smarter than most of my peers, and some of my teachers. I am a lot smarter than my parents, and was already then. They felt the need to rigorously schedule all of my free time, to the point that I don't feel like I had a childhood, just one long series of appointments and prescribed activities. When I was eventually freed, I took it way over the line. I was freedom starved, and I overcompensated big-time. I am now, years later, piecing this all together and trying to have some semblance of a normal life, but I think I'll always wonder what could've been if I had parents who recognized and supported my interests and strengths, instead of foisting their own upon me. I still have one friend from high school, my best. He and I have been physically separate for a long time, but we remain very close. He's my connection to that time that I've nearly blocked out. He's been going through some serious personal struggles. It's stuff that I dealt with emotionally like 10 years ago myself, and he's catching up to me. On an intellectual level, he's smarter than I am, but sometimes emotes like a little boy. We are sort of meeting in the middle. My own recent personal struggles are for another time, but I feel I've come a long way. Do I miss high school? No. I remember fondly, in a rosy glasses, bittersweet way. View all replies >