I just want to take a moment to thank everyone who came down to TRx on Sunday afternoon to support Something Lovelies and our surprise guests Sonic Mustard and double thanks to all of those who through some money down to support Childhood Cancer Sucks, an organization that has been founded to fund research that is focused on finding a cure for Childhood Cancer. I know when I looked down I saw multiple tens and twenties in there, so that was great! F U Cancer, Thank you Nich, for having us down to your awesome shop in DTR because it was a great time.
The morning before the show I didn't feel nervous at all, which was kind of weird for me. But then half way through the day I started to feel like everything was going to go wrong and like everything was going wrong already. For example, running through my head was the thought that maybe I wasn't good enough at guitar to pull off some of the simple songs we were going to play; Why did I have to get this cold and why wasn't it gone yet; I don't even think anybody's going to be in to it while we're playing...on and on and on. Thank god for Zach who gave me some sound advice, namely to can the frustration and throw it out the window. It worked. Even though I didn't pull off some of the guitar, even though my voice was a little bit off from the cold, and even though we had only played these songs together a handful of times, we had fun. And so did everyone else. Fun. Isn't that what it is all about.
I leave you with the sound advice of a six year old girl on how to become a great musician. "All you have to do is have fun, and it will sound better." Rock on Millie.