When I went to college in England for a semester, my packing consisted of one suitcase and one backpack. That meant I had to curate a small - seriously small - selection of CDs to take with me.
I have such a strong memory from the days before leaving to come back home. My grandmother asked me to go to Dover - my grandfather was briefly stationed there during WII and "White Cliffs of Dover" played at his funeral. I barely had any money left (blew it all seeing shows on the West End) and was stuck taking the bus. I remember listening to "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" as the bus made its way from Canterbury to Dover. My grandmother had been diagnosed with cancer right after I left for England, and I didn't know it then, but she would pass away within a month of me returning to the States. I listened to that album, contemplating how much I had changed while in England and wondering what it would mean after I came back. Whenever I hear a song off that album I am immediately transported back to that bus ride. Sitting on the right side of the bus in the back wearing my blue Munich sweatshirt with my trusty backpack on my lap. I can remember the sweaty smell of the bus and the rocking it made at every roundabout. Rest in peace, Dolores O’Riordan.
In the time it took the Eagles to beat the Falcons I did this puzzle.
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