Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Cat Came Back

So after vacation I was exhausted! I went to a concert two days after I returned, then it was the Forth of July, and then an anniversary party that weekend. I have been BUSY. Three weeks without a solid week of work, and over 2 weeks of over 1000 posts in my GoogleReader. Basically I was feeling overwhelmed, and debating about not keeping up with the old blog. BUT, I did my nails from a pin on pinterest, and they did a breakfast from pinterest and fangirled out and I wanted to share it with y'all so I voted to keep the blog going because more things will come  up and I will regret not having this place to share it, or have it in the future to remember.

So with out further adieu, the amazing concert I went to was Trout Fishing in America!!!

(Sorry for the bad picture quality)

I cannot tell you how excited I was when I found out about them being in town! I was beyond excited. I brought my VHS from 1989 for them to sign. They said it had been a while since they had signed one of them. Ezra and Keith were the sweetest and funnest guys I have met. 

when i wad a dinosaur

Their show was just as good as I remember from being little. They did the dinosaur growl and stomping during When I Was a Dinosaur. I love their banter back and forth, Ezra got on his knees and was mocking Keith. Keith took all the jokes in stride and mocked his giant friend back.  

trout singing
They did more than just kid songs, like Don't Touch My Stuff! based on when their van was stolen in Houston, TX. It is sad that their van was stolen but the song is good. They also sang 18 Wheels on a Big Rig originally by Heywood Banks. 

They ended the night with Lullaby  and it is the perfect end to any night. I left with a signed VHS, a shirt, 2 cd's, a children's book with cd, a free poster, a free download sent to my email, a picture with the guys, and mainly a great night I will cherish forever! I know I have talked about my love of this band a ton on here but I cannot help it, thy were a huge part of my childhood and I love sharing it with anyone who will listen. 


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