sure enough, after a libation or two, we were back on the street with a tiny little line and into the show. my ticket wouldn't scan and the guy swore, thrust it back at me and said ~just go!~ me be lucky. tommy not so, his wouldn't scan and they made him go to will call to get a replacement. luckily they gave him one.
in we go. the show had been delayed more than an hour due to the thunderstorm (to be expected) and it was dark and the lights were pretty and the trees were all decorated and the air smelled of foul skunk weed and the stars twinkled overhead. some people were a bit over the top and some had too much to drink and some had their kids and some had their moms and dads and friends and stuff. it was cool.
the guys in the band played for almost two hours and did not disappoint. energy! oh my gosh so much passion and energy! twas a lovely evening despite my anxiety over the crowd of 8,000. not used to crowds donchaknow? la! it was a great night with great friends.
~What our Words Say About us:
The smallest, most commonly used, most forgettable words serve as windows into our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. The ways people use pronouns, articles, and other everyday words are linked to their personality, honesty, social skills, and intentions.~ secretlifeofpronounswhat a read! it is fascinating, but i am still a bit lost in it all. i suspect it will come together the further i get. :)
at one stressed point last night, my lovely social working friend said, let's think of this as an adventure and it reminded me of something! charlie the unicorn. ~it's an adventure charlie!~ here goes charlie, though a bit odd at the end. hmmm. enjoy your day all!