A word about Pandora

I’ve been listening to Pandora every day at work. There are times it’s like a fortune teller– the spooky kind that tells you pieces and parts of your past with time-machine accuracy.

Fake Plastic Trees – Radiohead
This song brought me to my knees today, left me sitting in my gray, boxy office catching my breath. Had to stop working and close my eyes, remember flying along a country road thick on both sides with tall, tall green Indiana forest in a truck with the boys I lived with, tossing seeds out the window, breathing in fresh air and freedom with nowhere to be, 21 years old and so colorful. Feel like I’m going to throw up, maybe cry. Squeeze my eyes tighter.

And then tonight, this song socked me in the stomach for a hundred other reasons.

So, if you are turbo-emotional like me at this particular crossroads of life, and don’t have your wits about you enough to navigate your own ipod, I highly recommend the creepy-fabulous fortune teller Pandora for a nice, cleansing cry at a moment when you are less than prepared.

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