|We were extremely lucky to get standby tickets there on site. We didn’t know we needed tickets ahead of time.|
|This was the first name I saw in front of me at the memorial. Chaplain Mychal Judge was also listed as the first official death of 9/11.|
|The survivor tree. It was saved from Ground Zero.|
|It’s hard to believe this statue looked like THIS the day after 9/11.|
|A lady feeding the bird’s outside her apartment window.|
|One more photo from New York City as we wait for Martin to get our van.|
They’re working on their second album. And you can help them.
Check out the video below, and then consider making a contribution because they’re awesome. And because you, too, appreciate true talent and passionate independent artists.
And here’s something else: they’re going to be touring all across the country soon and chances are good they’ll be coming to a venue near you.
Now about that prom.
It was my senior class prom in April 1999, and I was part of a group of senior girls who decided to sort of buck tradition and invite a group of sophomore boys as our dates. Nick and I knew each other through the drama program and chorus, and we had performed together in a few school productions. We were friends, and even back then, he was really into music and standing out from the crowd. I knew we’d have a great time.
And I was right.
I mean, check out that suit. He totally rocked that suit.
Now go listen to him rock out HERE.