Knott County Trail Ride
Before you even start reading this, I'll let you know that it's full of ridiculousness. The things that make me excited are not so typical, so if you're not amused by my fascination with doing all these seemingly small things for the first time, ya might wanna just scroll through the pictures and go on about your day.
So my first experience as a real life merch lady came the night before the show. I got to go to Sound Check, where bands and artists store their gear when not touring, and help load up the merch and other stuff. Just that was so cool to me. Why? I don't even know. Maybe because it made me feel so legit. Whatever the reason, I was one excited little lady.
I warned you-- this is going to get all annoying. But I can't help myself.
So the next day we head to the show, which was on a reclaimed mountain top where they had mined coal. Very interesting. It was beautiful though.
This was my first show where the band has had a camper/rv waiting, with food and drinks. Like, what?
Wow. Just wow.
I know, I'm "just selling tshirts" and wasting my degree and life in general by not being an adult and doing the adult things I'm qualified for. Trust me, I've heard so much condescending talk the past week that went just like that. And I know, I'm not with the Rolling Stones or Backstreet Boys or some huge act like that. But I'm getting there. My hard work is being noticed. And I'm really, really happy. The fact that maybe someday soon i might be living on a tour bus blows my mind-- how long has that been all I want out of life?! I know that you probably don't understand and I know you're probably judging. I get that. But I'm happy. Really really happy and proud of myself. And I'm really excited for what's to come in the next few weeks. This weekend is Texas---I can't wait!!