This could very well be the end of a chapter. I’m not sure yet. It’s been a full year and maybe I’m just burned out. This break couldn’t come soon enough. Grateful still, of course. Bills are paid. Goals were set and they were accomplished. That’s all you can really ask for these days.
Tour tip: Don’t eat the Chinese food at the airport, no matter how good it looks, and especially how affordable it is. You will always pay on the back end… literally.
Sometimes it’s the coffee. Sometimes it’s the local record store. Sometimes it’s the people. Most times it’s the food.
Tour tip: Eat as much fresh watermelon as is offered in catering. Bandmates don’t seem to want it. More for me. Good for my complexion. Stay hydrated at all times.
Original Chinese Feiyue sneakers – vintage black – with the rubber gum soles and authentic green triangle
Puma black suede classics with the charcoal grey stripes
Healing begins here. External factors (i.e. perfect weather) have a way of mending the internal. First dipping my feet into the Pacific Ocean. Next day, I swim and the water is warm. Room with a glorious view. Found my “good stuff cheap” local spot, too. Playing music at the highest level is the counterbalance.