Nothing says "don't take yourself too seriously" like playing a crappy bar like this.
This being-burnt-out-not-wanting-to-do-anything thing is really lame. I don't like it.
Here's a pretty amazing resource for finding other blogs you may want to read. I've spent a good, long time sifting through them myself. Take a minute (or an hour) and see if you come up with anything you're interested in.
Me and The Band just made a music video. Well, it's filmed, anyway.
It's funny how many people meet a person who doesn't drink and assume all us non-drinkers are constantly judging people who do drink. I don't care how you live your life.
So if you're a teenager or in your early 20s and still haven't "bloomed", there is still hope. I didn't become attractive until my late 20s, early 30s. It's hard to say exactly when it happened. But it was late.
She had no concerns. I had no concerns. My kid had no concerns. Why do we need to meet to talk about our lack of concern?
The very first gig I ever played in the Band was in a tiny metal bar. I mean, it was this tiny little bar that invited bands who played heavy metal to perform there. We are not a heavy metal band.
There are a lot of girls/women who berate themselves publicly. It's not like self-deprecating comments, either, it's actual low-esteem, I-think-this-girl-needs-intervention kind of talk.
I kind of feel smarter when I look at my bookshelf and see that it's full of books. Until I realize that half of them are YA dystopian fiction. But still, they're books.