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Well, I think it's pretty safe to say that in the comments of my previous post, cc and I proved that even after years -- YEARS -- of not seeing each other, we're still on the same wavelength:
As is often (but not always, thank you!) the case, cc was much more succinct and coherent than me. And finally, the song that inspired us:
Green Mountains and MeTwistin'
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We will *always* be on the same wavelength.
And you should have seen the first comment I left. It was like, a novella. I'm thinking that the resonance of the character has something to do with poor, rural areas. I don't think (but what do I know?) that you find those kids in Boston, or Detroit, or Miami, but I bet you find them all over the country. (I heard that one of mine died a couple weeks ago, so that's why I've been thinking about it a lot.)
And yeah, the music has a lot to do with the overall feel, I'm thinking especially of "Hearts Break" from *Wishbones.* Such an upbeat tune!
10 March 2011 at 12:26 PM
I'm Kate Evangelista, author of Taste, and I just wanted to take this time to introduce myself. If you have the time, please stop by The Coffee Bar by using the link below:
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15 March 2011 at 03:22 AM
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