Tagged - growing up

Goodbye Callie Adams Foster

I understood Callie and seeing even the tiniest piece of me in her story, I couldn’t help but keep watching her until the end of “The Fosters,” and then onto “Good Trouble,” because I wasn’t ready to let go. Hers and mine are not the same story but I know it represents a lot of teenagers who are facing a brokenness they already feel is so inescapable in their young lives. 

How to act like an adult even though there’s actually no point in existing anymore

Back then when it was fashionable to spread your face germs all over other people’s face germs at face germ-sharing parties, college life was nothing but bliss. So why aren’t you happy?

Grace Conheady’s “Hello, Goodbye, and In Between” is an elegy for those in limbo

While you can just sit and let the instrumentals envelop you in a hazy fog of sound and be perfectly content with the album, focusing on the lyrics adds extra depth that is perfect background fodder for a good cry.