Hello my friends!
Since the last time we talked, a lot has happened! We hung out with mayday parade in the UK for a couple weeks, which was an absolute blast. I miss those guys like crazy. Right after that, I went to Las Vegas to celebrate my friend's bachelor party. It was a wild time! I know what you're thinking, and no, it was not like "The Hangover." It was fun, however. Here are a few homies looking out over the pool at Hard Rock, where we spent a lot of our time.
Once I returned home from Vegas, I was lucky enough to see my favorite band ever, Death Cab for Cutie, at a small venue called The Paradise in Boston. It was amazing. They played 23 songs, and were possibly the tightest band I've ever seen live. Their drummer makes me want to start over and take lessons!
I've been cooking for myself quite a bit since I got home, as I suppose I've been known to do. This is one of the tastier things I've made recently, a sandwich with some leftover boneless wings from The Hangar in Amherst, MA. I've mentioned them so many times, I'm hoping one day they'll see one of these blogs and throw me an endorsement! Or maybe some coupons??
Another one of my favorite food spots at home is called The White Hut. I ate there the other day and had the usual; double cheeseburger with fried onions, ketchup, and mustard. Hot dog with onions, mustard, and relish. French fries with vinegar and ketchup. BOOM!
This past weekend we went to Atlanta for a Six Flags show and had a great time. We made friends with a cool band called Atomic Tom, and got to see some of our favorite people in the world; Cartel, and We Are the In Crowd. Here are the dudes getting ready the morning of the show.
The dudes again, messing around at soundcheck, trying to learn "You are a tourist" by Death Cab.
My setup for the day.
My lifeguarding outfit that I almost wore, but decided against (you can understand why).
And from what might be my favorite moment of the trip- Halvo, along with Mike, Rob, and Cameron from WATIC, interpretive dancing to "I dont wanna miss a thing" by Aerosmith.
And that's about it for now folks. My dog, mentor, friend, and life coach Max sends his love.
Until next time- this fire grows higher!