I was surfing around innocently, trying not to look for Switchfoot stuff because of the detox mode, but I happened to chance upon this:
Tickets Now Available for Switchfoot and Anberlin Concert at SWOSU
Tickets are now on sale for an outdoor concert featuring bands Switchfoot and Anberlin as part of the Panorama series at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.
The concert is set for October 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Milam Stadium on the SWOSU campus in Weatherford.
Advance tickets for the event are $20 for SWOSU students and $25 for non-SWOSU students. Advance tickets for groups of 15 or more are $20. All tickets at the door will be $30.
Full article here.
AHHHHHHH! Can someone sponsor me and Happy on an all-expense paid trip to Oklahoma on October? Please? Come on! It’s Switchfoot AND Anberlin! They’re like two of my favorite bands EVER! Get me there, pleaaaase?
*stops begging* Okay, okay, I shall stop this. But seriously. If I can watch a show where Switchfoot will play with ((I have to emphasize with because the two bands aren’t really performing together, but in the same show and venue)) Anberlin, I will definitely be a happy little girl. Throw in Mae and I will be a crazy happy little girl. :)
Dream on, Tina! Yes, I will dream on, because God won’t put a dream in my heart that He has no intention of making come true (Did I say this right?)…right Lord? *bats eyelashes*
You think travelpro will be able to help me to get there?
Okay, let it go. :P
I realized some weird/interesting (take your pick) things about myself today:
- I stay in front of the computer all day at work, and when I get home, the thing I do before I go to sleep is turn Ginger on and go online again. Grace, my teammate, says that there are things that I can’t do at work but I can’t do at home…but there’s not much difference really. I still go around and check my email, my Multiply and whatnot at work, and it’s the same thing I do at home. Well, except that I can download stuff faster here…so that’s different. But not that different. So basically I’m really in front of a computer for the entire day and night…and I remember myself not wanting that. What gives?
- In my old job, our work hours were loooong so I usually get impatient at 5:00pm because I know I still have 1 1/2 hours before I can get off. But in my new job, I’m only required to finish 8 hours of work a day, but I end up staying until 9 to 9 1/2 hours. And I’m not even in a hurry to get home pa. Weird. Or maybe it’s because I’m just really enjoying my work? That’s good, right?
This is me thinking random thoughts while talking to a Slovakian client. Let me borrow Mo Twister’s words: Good times. Good times.
Off I go to read for a change! Tomorrow’s another long day at work, with a request waiting for me when I get there and a free dinner for our account (together with four other accounts) as a reward for some work-related thing. Good night world!