1. Isn't it funny how your perception of music can change as you age? I listen to a lot of the same songs I did when I was 17, but now they're so charged with emotional investments I've amassed throughout my life that sometimes they bring back memories of times in my life I would prefer to forget.

    Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:35:43 UTC from web
    1. @clayinthecarpet I know the feeling.

      Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:48:24 UTC from web
      1. @dropsterdash It feels like I've lived 3 separate consecutive lifetimes, and sometimes, when I play the right album or song, it's like reliving an old dream filled with deja vu and familiarity. But it no longer feels like a memory. It is only an abstract feeling - a fleeting thought.

        Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:51:57 UTC from web
        1. @clayinthecarpet Wow. That was deep. And poetic. And very true.

          Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:53:37 UTC from web
          1. @dropsterdash haha, thanks. I'm in a weird, reflective mood.

            Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:54:19 UTC from web
            1. @clayinthecarpet Yeah. I get like that to. A bit too often for my own good, I think.

              Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:54:53 UTC from web
              1. @dropsterdash Reflection is good as long as you don't let it drag you into a dark abyss. I'm moreso just fascinated and bewildered by it at the moment. Re: Time flies and so on.

                Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:57:39 UTC from web
                1. @clayinthecarpet Yeah. It's just, I almost spend too much time reflecting and not enough time making good memories to reflect on.

                  Sunday, 16-Feb-14 09:59:08 UTC from web