Since it’s almost summer vacation and I’m dreaming of camping trips and days spent hanging out at my Mom and Dad’s house swimming in the pond and playing cornhole, it only seemed fitting that I share a song by one of my favorite bands that we listen to often when doing these things. I love Boston. I love their sound. There is just something about it that instantly makes me feel happy and takes me back to being a kid. It’s a sound that makes me think of my Mom and Dad and summer. I absolutely love it. I went and saw them in concert about 18 or 19 years ago (so, when I was about 18 or 19 years old). My friends and I that went were definitely some of the youngest people there. It was awesome.
Anyway, this is probably my favorite song of theirs (although I love a lot of them). I just relate with what the song talks about. I am in no way a competitive person. I don’t buy into the needing to have or be bigger or better than anyone else. I easily recognize that none of that matters at all. There is not an ounce of anything in me that wants to spend my life striving for things that don’t matter. Sure, stuff is kind of fun, but not worth spending my life working so hard to attain it when I can be just as happy without it. I greatly value my peace of mind.