NKOTB, the curse or the cure?
It’s Hard Not Lovin’ You
So, I finally got over the Total Package tour (went to Austin (wanted to go to Dallas, and put some charity money (aka bet) on going to others)). I just finally got over the fact that I didn’t get to go on the 2017 cruise. I was almost back to normal. The desire to go online and see every move that any of the guys (or their significant others, friends, security guards, co-workers, etc) made had died down to a dull roar. A dull roar that I could usually ignore. I took a hiatus from social media for a while, partially because of NKOTB, partially because of the blog, and partially because of other stuff. I went about my daily life. I managed to go back online without obsessing (about NKOTB or blog stuff), I tweeted, posted, and went about my merry little life. And then, you had to be Unwrapped. For the love of God don’t you know we love your dad and his boys enough without your help Elijah! And I couldn’t just ignore it, I couldn’t not watch it. I couldn’t not download the new songs!
One More Night
So here I am spending one more night (day, week…) with the NKOTB on my mind. So, I have watched Unwrapped, downloaded the new songs, watched the videos I taped from the Austin concert, and listened to all the other songs I have downloaded. And of course, You’ve Got It, and I ‘ll Be Loving You Forever…
Wasted on You
Sometimes I feel like My Love Is Wasted On You. That I ignore my friends and family and spend precious time watching YouTube videos of an obscure interview in 1997, and so on. Sometimes I think that we should be Officially Over. That you guys are a curse, That’s Looking Like Danger.
I Miss You More when I don’t get online. I miss the feeling of being young, and carefree. I miss the blockhead love. I tell myself Don’t Cry, they are a stupid boyband that doesn’t give a steaming pile of cow poo about you. That the love you feel amidst the blockheads is totally fake. That the hundreds of friends you have made from the common love is just The Whisper of real friends. That it is something I Twisted around in my head to mean something more.
Back to Life
Or maybe the NKOTB is the cure to common life. That they bring me Back to Life when I get stuck in the drudgery of everyday life. That the Block Party is my Heartbeat and the Lights, Camera, Action brings me out of my stupor and lets me be free for just a little while. Don’t get me wrong, I have a great life. I have a great husband, family, and everything I ever wanted (other than marrying Donnie). But sometimes I get stuck in the mundane and don’t know Where Do I Go From Here.
But you gave us a little December Love and I might as well be Fighting Gravity. You guys may be a curse and all, but maybe, just maybe you are the cure to common life.
Put It On My Tab
I can’t wait for the Crash of the waves at 2 In The Morning on the boat. So, credit card company, Put It on My Tab. I’m going to believe they are the cure to common life, and not just a curse that I can’t get over. I am Thankful for the NKOTB and my Blockhead family. It Still Sounds Good to me, and I’m a Big Girl Now, so I will be Click Click Click -ing my camera at every Single cruise, concert, song, and special event, that my credit card can handle. You can also read my post The New Kids on the Block Cruise Ruined my life! Did you manage to catch every song title I managed to place into that post? How many, I don’t even know! What do you think? NKOTB, the curse or the cure?