Black Friday was a couple days ago, and like normal, I didn’t participate like most Americans probably did.
So I bought nothing? Well that’s not true. I always buy one or two things, but I do it from home. This year I spent $14 on a small tub of beard balm from Dream Beard. Last year I bought a Mission Belt and a Buy Me Brunch tee, from my mom’s couch.
As I’ve said before, I talk to both of my parents almost daily. Half of the times I talk to my dad, we end up talking about some random news story for like an hour. (He watches the news everyday and I rarely pay attention to it.)
Last night, our discussion involved the recent public bathroom issue, that most people are blowing out of proportion (typical).
Traveling to new places is something I love to do. Over the years I keep trying to increase the amount of travel I do. The past five days were spent in Denver, Colorado with my friend Doug.
Neither of us have been to Colorado before, so we were both stoked to check it out. Both of us have a flexible schedule and we don’t have too many friends that can just pack a bag and travel. So we both just picked a place, booked the travel arrangements, and off we went.
It’s early April, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time for Layd Out at the Park!
I first ventured down to Morristown, Tennessee in 2007. Wow, it’s been 9 years already?! Ever since that Easter weekend, I’ve attended this show almost every single year since. I can’t say that about too many other shows.