Time for another installment of my locally-grown, farm-raised, free-range, antibiotic-free Snoop Bloggy Blog. Sounds delicious doesn't it?!
We've had a good amount of time off this summer, and I've been doing my best to enjoy that time. Last week, I was lucky enough to go see the New England Revolution get their butts whooped by Manchester United. It was an amazing game to see in person, especially for a football fanatic such as myself.
Here's me on the way to the game.
I also got a tour of the Patriots locker room, where I took this sloppy photo of me in front of Wes Welker's locker, who is my favorite player on the Pats.
Here are the Revs warming up.
As some of you may know, we played a last minute show in Atlanta last week with our buds in All Time Low. Here are "The Crew Fighters" performing "Monkey Wrench" during soundcheck.
And here's the one and only Eric Halvorsen trying to multitask behind the drums. It didn't pan out too well I guess, since I'm still in the band...
Speaking of "one and only"s, here is the legendary crumb himself, and MVP of The Crew Fighters, Ian Planet, resting behind guitar world during the set. Don't worry, I had everything under control.
And here we have the drummer of The Crew Fighters, the handsome and wonderful Rian Dawson. This is how he tells me he loves me.
This was a new first for me, flying business class. For no good reason we left suuuuuper early, so I slept through the whole flight. At least the seats were more comfortable! For those wondering, we didnt do it to spoil ourselves, we were able to upgrade because of the absurd amount of gear we had to fly with (and unfortunately pay for)!
The other day I threw a successful surprise 30th anniversary party for my parents. One of the cool people in attendance was Clive, who's actually not a person at all. It's my brother's dog, and he (obviously) rules. I feel like a perfect caption for this photo is "Um, excuse me?"
Here are my wonderful and supportive parents preparing to cut the cake. It was gluten-free so my mama could eat it!
Lastly, I've been spending a good amount of time playing FIFA, which as many know, is my favorite game, and really the only game I play. I was thrilled to discover that a player who played for my brother at Dartmouth the last four years is now on the game, since he was drafted by the LA Galaxy in the off season. I played with the Galaxy today and scored a goal with him, it was pretty awesome! Good luck in the MLS, Daniel Keat!
That does it for now. Thanks for tuning in as always, and I hope I haven't wasted your time with my photos and musings.
Until next time, "keep your heart above your head and your eyes wide open!"