Friday, May 15, 2009

the bigtime

seeing your friends succeed at what they love doing rules.



the show was fantastic and it was good to see everyone again. they're away more than they're home right now. i loved seeing the expressions on the faces of the kids in the crowd. their enthusiasm, excitement and love of the music was so pure. i hope the guys in LOG notice that and use it to fuel themselves in those inevitable moments when touring gets to be a drag. it'd be a shame to make it to the top only to find yourself miserable. not that i think that'll happen to LOG. i'm pretty sure they realize that they're kinda living the dream.

4 comments:

Danielle said...

wait a minute...i have a funny lamb of god story...

Mrs. Brown said...

aww, girl....spill it!

Danielle said...

oh so the story is that LOG sort of ruined my life.

I had a "friend" that went to jail for a bit and to be the good "friend" i was, I went to pick up his belongings because he said he couldn't live without his fucking LOG hoodie....little did I know I had a suspended license because of an unpaid speeding ticket from 5 years prior...needless to say, because of a LOG hoodie, I suffered 1 year of probation, a $350 fine, and a damn lifetime of bad insurance rates.

Mrs. Brown said...

hahaha!
LOG = life ruiners, for sure.
they'd totally understand your friend's need for a certain sweatshirt. i swear, in every promo photo, magazine spread, tour shot, or tv appearance at least one of the members of LOG are wearing a shirt promoting my husband's old band RPG. all the moeny in the world and still wearing the same threadbare shirts. i love me a low maintenance dude.