I know I wrote in my previous post about my wishes for long, lustrous eyelashes but I'm really thinking that I'm on the slippery slope of superficiality if I go on and on about a permanent solution to my not-so-permanent, "come hither" lashes that are slightly augmented becoming very high maintenance.
Yeah. So. Now the secret's out. I do wake up looking like this, thankyouverymuch.
The great thing about the lashes is that they withstand a lot of daily abuse, including showers, swimming, work-outs, and tears.
Which there have been a lot of this summer thanks to Florida.
But, great music can also make me cry and I'll need good lashes when I go to see O.A.R. for the second time this year!!!
I blogged earlier this summer about wanting to see O.A.R. before I turned 40 and that wish came true earlier this month.
Ten minutes into the show, I turned to my (friend?) concert partner and said, "I'm gonna have to see these guys again!" Without the "concert partner."
Fortunately, O.A.R. is playing on October 10th at a super cool venue in Oakland and my good friend, Cab said he'd come with me. I found great tickets on ebay, convinced him to drive us and once again, the house is filled with O.A.R. all-the-time (thank God for Napster!).
Most people don't know who O.A.R. is, which is understandable since they've had just one Billboard hit. But this is a band that can pack a venue like Madison Square Garden and rock a three hour show. This is a band that keeps everyone on their feet - dancing and singing - with the energy of U2 or Bon Jovi but with a far more unique sound. This is a band that is so lyrically talented that every song hits home, on so many levels. This is one special band and I am (almost) doing back-flips over the chance to see them not once, but twice, before my 40th birthday.
Can you tell I'm excited?
I can't think of better music to commemorate the last decade of my life; music that celebrates life, honors heartbreak, inspires hope.
I'm going to love this experience so much more the second time around. Even if I AM the oldest O.A.R. fan!