My friend over at Inertial Confinement solicited posts about songs relevant to the transition from youth to adulthood. I submitted a post, and it was accepted!
(Even if I wasn’t a guest poster, their blog is worth checking out, you. Yes you!)
Originally posted on inertial confinement:
Hello, Awesome Readers!
Today I have a special treat for you. The one and only Pat Sponaugle of I Can’t Possibly Be Wrong All the Time will be taking the proverbial reins today, continuing the discussion of what it means to cross over into adulthood. His blog is a favorite of mine, centering around A Game of Thrones. Go for the in-depth analysis of the TV show and the books. Go for the talks of war strategy, economics, and in-depth defenses of each character. Stay for the hilarious picture captions.
And now, without further ado, I present to you: Patrick Sponaugle! *applause*
I WAS AN ADULT THEN
Recently, the engaging host of Inertial Confinement posted an article featuring the talented Sarah McLachlann and her song Wait.
That post was about the transition from childhood to adulthood and about the kind of emotional…
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