Ice Breaker – Songs On Your Playlist
Over the next couple of weeks, I will be inserting some of the top posts from the Stretched blog. The post today (Ice Breaker – Songs On Your Playlist) originally appeared on the blog on March 23, 2012 and was the fourth most popular post of the year. This post was one of many that confirmed by understanding that Jon Stolpe Stretched was not just a blog. This post reminded me that Jon Stolpe Stretched is about The Stretched Community. Ice Breakers have become a regular weekly part of The Stretched Blog. I’m excited to repost this and get new feedback from you – The Stretched Community. (Typically, the Ice Breaker posts appear on Friday – hence the introduction to this post.)
It’s Friday! How did it come around again so quickly?
Friday means Ice Breaker time here on The Stretched Blog. In case you’re new here or you forgot, ice breakers are questions used to help us get to know each other a little bit better. Each week, I ask a question which I answer first. After that everyone else answers the question by posting their answer in the comments.
Without further delay, here’s this week’s question: If you could make a playlist of your favorite songs, what five songs would make the list?
- Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton
- Carry On My Wayward Son by Kansas
- Where The Streets Have No Name by U2
- Love Is The Seventh Wave by Sting
- The Best Thing by Big Tent Revival
Each of these songs carries a memory of a time or place. Leanne and I shared our first dance to Wonderful Tonight. I remember listening to Sting’s song and playing hacky sack with my brother, Brian Willem, and Shane D’Entremont on the beach during a high school youth group camping trip. And the Big Tent Revival song reminds me of Creation 97. Leanne and I went to the music festival that year while she was five months pregnant with our daughter, Hannah.
Now it’s your turn. What’s on your playlist? I can’t wait to hear your answers! Leave a comment by clicking here.