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Friday, January 1, 2016

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year dear readers! I hope your 2016 has been treating you all well. Last night I went to see Third Eye Blind - they were playing at the Valley Forge Convention Center. It was an awesome show, though it only lasted for an hour and a half. It started at 10 and ended at 11:30.

It was awesome seeing them again this year. The only complaint I have is I'm 4'10 and while my seats weren't bad, once people stood up (standing wasn't permitted, but they didn't enforce it) I couldn't see them. I gave up trying to get pictures and just enjoyed the show. One of the women sitting next to me she did get some pictures for me - I handed her my cellphone and she captured them. I really enjoyed the show and I'm glad I saw them again.

The convention center left these on our seats.

The couple behind me photo bombed. They were so happy I let them.


Cell phone pictures I took,

Girl next to me took these.

Point and shoot camera. Cell phone took better pictures.

Only decent picture from my point and shoot.

Oh dear, you can hear me sing! I know, I shouldn't quit my day jobs. :)

I arrived at home at 11:45 and rung in the New Year with my parents.

Mom pouring my apple cider.

Looking festive.

Hope everyone enjoyed their evening! Here's to a happy and healthy 2016 to all!


  1. Even when I was a teenager, it bugged me that everyone stood throughout entire concerts. I thought, "Can't we just agree to all sit and be comfortable for the next two hours?" But all it takes is for a small group of people up front to stand and then everyone in the whole place has to stand to be able to see. Then people start standing on their seats and it's ruined for everyone, no matter how tall they are!

    1. This was my first time in this venue. Others I've been to, they enforced no standing. However, this was a convention center inside a casino and my guess is, they don't heavily enforce like arenas.

      Still, I paid $66 for the ticket and would have loved to see more of the band. I saw them free back in June for 15 minutes and met them afterwards. I am glad I had that experience and I'm glad that despite the standing, there was no violence.

  2. Happy New Year! I'm glad you had such a great time.

    1. Thank you, Sandra! I hope you enjoyed your's! I look forward to 2016!