I had a music-filled weekend that has taken me until Tuesday night/Wednesday morning/afternoon to write about.
On Friday, I saw Alan Jackson. Kyle scored 3rd row tickets, so we were right up front. We made new friends of all ages and sang the words to every song. Alan opened the show with a tribute to the late George Jones, singing, "He Stopped Loving Her Today."
On Saturday, I saw Widespread Panic - an old college staple that always sends me into a fit of nostalgia. They played my favorite song, "Wondering" and it felt like a college reunion in every way.
Two vastly different music experiences proving that my taste knows no bounds.
Needless to say, the weekend was fun and action-packed. Also needless to say, on Sunday I did very little, except listen to the rain, take multiple naps and go out for Mexican food.
I was, and still am, tired, but happy that summer has returned and concerts are once again filling my social calendar.