Monday, April 4, 2011

Something like that...

This one is a little long...

On Saturday, we were sitting at the craft show bored out of our minds.  I usually L-O-V-E selling at shows, and although this one went well, we were in a location where we couldn't really see anything around us and the hours went by super slow.  They kept playing this horrible classical music that sounded like wedding music or Christmas songs.  It kept getting stuck on the same note and it was like this never ending
plink plink plink plink plink...

...I don't know how we got on the subject of it, but I mentioned how old I feel since we used to rock out at Tim McGraw concerts and now we are selling jewelry together at craft shows (even though I love our jewelry and think it is way cool!). 

Sidebar- Brodi and I LOVE Tim.  He holds a special place in our hearts.  I think we have been to at least five concerts together and our dad would find us THE very best seats at the venue.  We have seen Tim in the sun, in the rain with ponchos and outdoors.  And if you have ever been to a Tim concert, you know that the proper thing to do is to sing along as loud as possible and clap until your hands until they are numb. 

 Back to the show- I mentioned that Tim concerts felt like a lifetime ago and it was long before babies came along.  The conversation changed and we went back to being bored...about an hour later we were still sitting there bored, when all of a sudden we hear a familiar tune coming out of the speakers loudly and much clearer than all of the other horrible music they had been playing before.  We both recognized the song after the first note:
Something Like That!!!!!!!!  (I had a barbeque stain on my white T-shirt, she was killing me in that mini-skirt, skipping rocks on the river by the railroad TRACK...)

The ultimate, all-time best Tim song in history (with exception of maybe Don't Take the Girl, of course).
 Since we are complete dorks, we sat there and sang along to every note bopping our heads like we were at a concert.  After that song, the music got quiet again and went back to weird plinking.  It was the strangest, funniest, most ironic moment and we both agreed it was the best moment of the weekend.  Here is an old photo of us and Tim together probably around 2007ish:)

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