I was cleaning out the closet in our spare bedroom, we usually call it the den or the junks, it really is a junk room with a bed, a tv, the playstation, all of my scrapbooking stuff, our Christmas tree and most of our books. I came across a box of cassette tapes. The box itself is a silver gift box from Dillards that we received some of our wedding china in. We had several of those boxes and in the first few months of our marriage, they were our bedside tables. I didn't realize we still had so many cassettes. A lot of them were from our missions - tapes we made for our families etc... But I ran across a couple of other good ones. The bad thing is that we don't have a single cassette player in this house.
I'll bet there is not a single person who reads this who remembers the Sparks. I loved that song. I have some awesome 80's cassettes; Tears for Fears, Dead or Alive, Sugar Cubes, and the soundtrack from My Turn on Earth. Alan had a much broader collection including Midnight Oil, The Oak Ridge Boys, Neil Diamond, U2, the Police and Marty Robbins. I found tapes that we taped from the radio (KZZP 104.7 fm) including several Sunday nights worth of Dr. Demento.
So, in honor of the mix tape I found that my 11th grade boyfriend, William Ferris, made me that consisted of mainly Journey songs, I am posting this mix tape for you all to enjoy!