My nerves are still recovering from one of the most "rollercoaster" days of my life.
I have to say. I am glad for my best friend Tina because without her I would be lost but she always knows what to do to make me laugh. Ah laughter and music truly are life savers for me.
From visiting my awesome friend Isaac, getting starbucks with my bff, to dealing with coming home to a city I am not so fond of, to screaming and embarrassing our butts off for some hot motorcycle dudes, to putting up with my dad's rudeness, to laughing at Tina's favorite pants splitting while getting a coke...it has been one heck of a day.
The tent is going back up in the backyard. I once again find myself trying to accept reality at home. For tonight, I will be spending the night at Tina's house. Tomorrow, I shall just have to listen to some really awesome rock music and even angry music to calm myself down and cheer me up as well as good books. I only wish it wasn't as hot as it is here ...in the 100s..uggh.
The weekend was totally shweet though! It was soo much fun hanging with my best friend who despite getting scared by my random bursts of hyperness, will allow me to sing to my heart's content. I even got her into swing dancing!!! The Panic at the Disco concert was awesome, the opening bands were cool, but it was great getting to meet the members of Panic despite them being younger than me, fresh out of high school. They were still cute. Tina and I got awesome front side view of the bands but we were tossled a bit by the center crowd and even had a bit of a crowd surfing problem towards the end. All in all, we got out safe and sound without a bruise contrary to a wise woman's thoughts. Lots of prayers for tolerance of parents will be appreciated this week.