How often does the choir wardrobe and a classic old hippie concert intersect?
After church yesterday, we got ourselves something to eat and then hit the road for a little jaunt up to Nashville to attend a James Taylor concert....still celebrating My Sweet Babboo's 60th birthday.
We enjoyed concert...nice mix of old stuff and some new stuff, very nice lighting/video work along with the music, and, the best part, time spent with my favorite guy. Our seats were in front row of the balcony of the arena...not good for someone who tends to acrophobia...but I managed.
But, wow, the concert didn't start till 8...it was after one AM when we got home.
He actually took some time to sign autographs at the start of the second set...which was utterly charming, but I found myself thinking, 'People! Let him sing! You're cutting into my sleep time!'
Old Hippies.... lol...
So...with gray, burgundy and yellow to choose from, I went with gray. Well, silver is gray, right?
The dressy CWC jeans, the Jiffy Pop top, and woo/lycra blend Loes Hinse Bolero Jacket that's, like, 10 years old... It was fine for both church and concert, although to be honest, pretty much anything would've done for the concert. Folks ranged from t-shirt-and-ratty jeans to some pretty snazzy dressy clothes. I was pretty much in the middle.
Oh, and I wore the Epic Trench Coat on top of it all to walk around downtown Nashville. It's working great. ;-)
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