Fact: I am an over-analyzer.
Pro: I make sound and reasonable decisions based on meaningful thought.
Con: I read into almost everything.
Result: Freaking out before coming around to sound and reasonable conclusions.
To drill it into your heads for the bazillionth time, I'm very happy. I owe part of this great happiness to *ahem* a certain person (there ya go, Aubs, tease away). I haven't had much to say about this undefined relationship because for the first time, I'm not "pulling a Christie" and completely over-analyzing it. I am simply going with it and taking things a day at a time. Ya know when it's too early to actually have meaningful things to say to a person whether it be because you don't want to freak them out or scare them off? Well, in this case, it's just because I don't have the words. I'm sticking with the mindset that right now, it's working. Actually, it's better than working. It's keeping a smile on my face and that's all I need to know. However, I am entering the scary zone. The zone where you feel your tiny sense of control fading away because you know you care. Whenever I start to feel an over-analyzing moment coming on, I turn to my good friend, la musica. I have heard a decent amount of positive feedback concerning the "DJ CFabb" posts, so I thought I'd let the music speak for me. This selection of songs is a bit different from the norm aka it's not house music, mash-ups, and anything Guetta or Avicii (sorry to those hoping it was) but instead I took things low key and a lil bit country! Remember, sometimes change is good and you might be surprised by what new songs you like. Keep an open mind and set of ears!
"Lost and Found" by Katie Herzig
"Lucky Now" by Ryan Adams
"One Life" by James Morrison
"Blood" by The Middle East
"Be Easy" (Acoustic) by Radical Something
"Words I Say" by Justin Timberlake
"Give A Little More" by Maroon 5
"Never Gonna Leave This Bed" by Maroon 5
"Take a Back Road" by Rodney Atkins
"Wagon Wheel" by Old Crow Medicine Show
"I Got You" by Thompson Square
"Crazy Girl" by Eli Young Band
"take your time, let it go, live freely and be easy"
- Radical Something