My ears are still ringing.
Switchfoot puts on an incredible show. Jumping, shouting, thrashing, cymbal-smashing, stock-still-standing, strobe-flashing…so much energy it’s inhuman.
I highly recommend it, even if you have to drive to Nashville to get you some.
i love switchfoot. i saw them in concert two years ago for free in atlanta. i almost had my head taken off my a crowd surfer but other than that it rocked!
Rachelle and I are going to see Imogen Heap Sunday night in Atlanta. Do you know who she is?
i heard about her through either jenny or rachelle, i cant remember which one. we are really excited about the concert. hide and seek is my favorite song. she is pretty amazing. i think we are going to head down to Atlanta after church and spend the day until the concert starts at 8.
ironically i failed english lit. my freshman year in college, but i think i can safely say that if i took it again i would pass. 🙂 I have been reading alot lately. so hopefully im getting a little bit smarter. here’s to wishful thinking!
*smile* sounds like fun times. uh, very loud fun times…and we’ve been over this… you. are. not. old. you’re a valiant young warrio – oh, fine. i give up. be old if you want to be. as for me, roll that peter pan theme song… *wink*miss ya, my friend!
you were in a dream i had last night. we were in this very strange class and the teacher kicked me out because i wasn’t ready to turn an assignment in on friday–when she had said it was due monday. it was only a 3 paragraph assignment but i had apparantly left it at home. no one would let me borrow their copy of the instructions. i was really mad at you for not letting me use yours so i could get something in before class was over. i guess you were the only person i knew in class. um, yeah. all that to say, hi. hope things are well with you.