Two more weeks until the next RS show! Fifth row!
Still working on finalizing the plans. Since the venue is about two hours away, my husband and I decided to make an overnight getaway out of it. It’s actually our first overnight trip ever without the kids, so it’s kind of a big deal. (And yes, I realize it is ironic that the reason for the trip is to go to the show of somebody I’ve had a crush on for more than three decades, which is just one example of what a great husband I have.) So the hotel is booked and I’m trying to make arrangements for sleepovers for the kids and someone to take care of our dog.
I told my husband that we don’t have to stalk, I mean, hang out after the show in hopes of running into RS, but he doesn’t believe me. Then he told me that there were only two times where he saw a side of my personality that kind of freaked him out. Once was last year after a RS show when I fervently insisted that we hang around afterward (but I think in the end he really didn’t mind because we did get to meet RS and he thought that was cool). The other time is whenever I drive in Los Angeles.
Anyway, if we do happen to run into RS again (maybe when hanging out in a casino bar to have a drink or two after the concert instead of waiting outside near the loading dock?), I’m thinking that I shouldn’t mention this blog. When I met him last March, I gave him a piece of paper with this blog address on it (because I knew I probably wouldn’t be able to say anything). And then the second time, I think I mumbled something about it, but I’m not sure if he understood what I said – he laughed, but didn’t say anything about it so I’m not sure what actually came out of my mouth. So I don’t want to be THAT fan that shows up after a show every few months and mumbles something about a blog.
And if he has read it, would it make any difference if he knew who wrote it? It won’t change anything in the grand scheme of things. And plus, if it annoys him or he hates it, then that would just be awkward.