Let me start this by giving a tremendous shout out to all the awesome folks who contributed to Remember the Time last week! Each time Kelly and I checked the Inlinkz widget to read your posts, it seemed like they were breeding. One post, two posts, all the way to fifteen posts! Some were funny, some were pensive. They were all awesome. Thank you to everyone who dropped by the party last week! Feel free to grab our badge (you can find it on the sidebar to mine and Kelly’s blogs) and stick it on your own sidebar to show your readers that you
are a part of our cult have succumbed to the glories of nostalgia.
Now for this week’s theme. For me at least, there is nothing like a good tune to get those nostalgia juices flowing. However, good tunes are often in short supply so I’ll have to settle for some of the less bragworthy musicians I listened to growing up. The first concert I ever went to fits this bill well. I won’t tell you who I saw croon just yet, but lemme just say that it was pretty much the ’90’s antithesis of Alanis Morisette. First concerts are a rite of passage into young adulthood, and that’s why we want you to tell us all about the first one you ever went to for Remember the Time this week.
Write your post anytime this week and then check back here and at Are You Finished Yet? on Thursday to link up with Kelly and me! See you then!
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