Lists on How to Live
I've never been big on lists. I mean I keep lists. A lot of list. A lot of lists that I never complete or really get to or remember to look at. There are things to remember lists, how to live your life lists, the top-ten-ways-to-do-something lists, bucket lists, and songs about lists.
I'm not fond of lists. Mostly because they scare me. I don't generally find myself looking through lists that someone compiled picking things out of the list that I agree with. I generally fond a couple of things that I could never or would never do and inevitably dismiss the list in its entirety.
That being said, here's a list that I saw on Facebook that I can actually get behind - for the most part.
I have to admit having always liked "Everybody's Free To Wear Sunscreen."
The "song" taken from what was supposed to be a speech is the topic of urban legend. It was rumored to have been a speech given by Kurt Vonnegut at MIT. It was in fact a column written by Mary Schmich for the Chicago Tribune in 1997.