Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Once upon a time... I went to the John Mayer concert with my Keke, Stu, and Curtis. It was INCREDIBLE. Oh my goodness, I have never been so happy in my life! Honestly, I couldn't contain myself when John Mayer came out on stage, I just couldn't.

Here are a few things I noticed about this magical night...
The place where the concert was, was quite difficult to find... We got lost once. Or twice. Or three times...but it was a party in the car so that's alright with me.
Stuart has empty legs.
I have never seen such bright green relish. Yum....
Owl City's backup singer sounds like she is five years old. That's fine... but I'm just sayin.
Not many people know the right words to 'Firefly'. Me included.
John Mayer is one of those artists who sounds better live then he does on his CD's. Wow.
John Mayer believes he can dress like a hybrid karate kid.
John Mayer was a little wasted.
I Want Names. (Okay, okay. I'm sure many of you have heard about this little phrase and are rather confused. Let me explain: Johnny boy was giving us in the audience a little talk about life. And he told us he was going to tell us his life's philosophy. I was expecting something groundbreaking and epic. However, it turned out to be three little words, "I Want Names." Apparently this means that if someone or something is giving you a hard time, you say, "I want names" and nine times out of ten, no one can give you names. So you can just go about your business and no one cares! Thank you for that JM.)
'Slow Dancing in a Burning Room'? Best. Song. In the entire history of the universe. I got goosebumps. Major.
I'm ticklish.
When going to a concert at USANA, you may be stuck in the parking lot for an hour.
Before getting on the freeway to drive home, Carl's Jr is a must.
In case you are planning on going to a John Mayer concert at USANA any time soon, you should probably know that two out of four atendees will fall asleep on the way home. (And it wasn't these two girls in the following picture...)

One of the best parts of the concert were JM's jam sessions. They were absolutely incredible. He is an under rated guitarist, if I do say so myself. Everyone just focusses on his butter melting voice BUT his musican prodige skills are rather fantastic! Please check out THIS video recorded from the night I attended of him jammin' with his band buddy. It's incredible... Katie even cried. (HAHAHAHA shhh don't tell her I told you!)

In conclusion, I would like to thank my dear parentals for allowing us to go, my dear friends for accompanying me, and of course, John Mayer himself for giving us an absoulutely wonderful concert. I love you all.

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