Soooo I didn't die...

I need to work on updating a little more often. 
Here, have a photo of Beer Fest in Paramount Studios from my trip to LA.




I've been in a tights wearing mood lately. 
Top photo I paired a cheap Kohls SO grey skirt with Simply Vera Wang bright blue tights.
Bottom photo are Apt. 9 purple checkered tights, my current favorite Madden Girl boots, and a grey dress.

I think I might wear a more neutral pair tonight.


Ill Nino and 9Electric

That's pretty much what the entire drive from Wichita Falls to Lubbock looks like. 
All 4 hours of it. 
Worth it for getting to see my favorite band, Ill Nino, since the first time I saw them, about 10 years ago?

Sadly, their drummer, Dave, was the only one who actually showed his face before or after the show. Everyone else went straight to and from the bus. The band that opened for them was fairly amazing though. Their music is 'good', but their stage energy and the fact they wanted to mingle with fans made them 'great'. I went with my bestie, Tayler. I was smart enough to pick someone who I could have a ton of fun with. 
Met a few old friends there, and met a few new ones too! Over all, a great trip.




Lake Murray Trip


Skies were great the other day! Manpiece and I both had the day off, so we took a day trip somewhere new. Lake Murray, in Oklahoma. It wasn't worth going to, so unless you have a family, enjoy fishing, and want a small beach for the kids to swim in during the summer (if the lake is high enough), skip it and go to Turner Falls or somewhere a little more fun. We drove all the way around the lake. It was a nice drive.

This was probably the best shot of the trip. That sign says "keeping kids safe project".
I guess it fits since Chuck is a GIANT CHILD. haha

Around Ardmore, there is a shop. I couldn't tell you the name of the place (though it's probably somewhere on one of my photos). I can tell you don't bother going inside. It's an over priced store filled with typical southern woman clothing and jewelry. The huge rhinestones and the crosses and turquoise and all that. Of course, the woman who worked or owned it was there. Just as I guessed, she had the 'typical southern woman' hairstyle. Short. Stacked. More blonde highlights than needed. She was also pretty darn rude.
The outside of the store on the other hand, was filled with overpriced COOL junk. Flamingos, pink painted bikes, mannequins with beards, doll heads, what looked decorations from an old mini golf course. (you know, the huge hollow animals). Oh, and some $4000 each chairs. Plastic and shaped like hands.

At least it made for some cool photos.