For What It's Worth

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Sunday Ramblings.....

Hey everyone! I had a busy week...we went to see Florence and the Machine Thursday night and she was fantastic! If you ever get a chance to see her you MUST. She's very theatrical and reminded me a lot of Stevie Nick's with all the flow-y dresses and twirling. The whole concert had a weird, trippy almost religious/worshiping type vibe. I felt I like I should be sacrificing something or bowing down to her. She's also amazingly sweet and interactive with the audience. Here's a pic:

Yeah - I know - you can't see I was in the balcony looking down and the phone camera stinks for that type of shot. But trust me Florence is the little blip on stage to the left. I wasn't as far away as the picture implies either. It's not that big of a venue and I had a great view of the whole concert.

I forgot to post pictures from my Mumford and Sons concert from a few weeks ago. We had front row seating and if I was any closer I could have touched or mauled them! Ben & Marcus were very close :-)))

See how close I was!!!!

I've seen them three times so far and every concert has been amazing!

OK - enough of that! On to the wrap up!

Contests! Contests! Contests!


Other stuff:
I started a new blog called Bloggerverse this week and I could really use your help/advice/input. Check it out and let me know what you would like to see or if you have any links to add.

Coming up:
Reviews for Fins are Forever, Notes from the Blender and lots of winners!

Happy fourth of July weekend!

Stay safe - don't shoot your eye out!


  1. I love Mumford and Sons! Have yet to see them live as they like to come to venues near me whenever I'm on vacation. Glad you had fun!! :)

  2. :O!!!! That's all I have to say about your seats and pics of Mumford and Sons. And Florence and the Machine, too?! I keep checking their site, but I feel like they're purposely avoiding Texas. :(

  3. wow I'm still jealous about Florence and The Machine.

  4. Looks like you had a lot of fun. Happy 4th!


    Dies of the jelly.

    I would have loved balcony seat or even parking lot sets for Florence and the Machine! Mumford and Sons, too. So awesome, K!