My job doesn’t suck.
Working for a production company in Nashville makes for fun outings. This past weekend, our office loaded up a tour bus and headed to Columbia, SC to catch a Kenny Chesney concert.
With a designated driver, party times Friday night ensued on the bus. After a couple cocktails, our soiree into what seemed like a junior high slumber party with games like “Never Have I Ever” and “Truth or Dare,” being played. The only thing we lacked was a warm bowl of water for the first person who passed out…
Here’s a neat thing a fellow traveler found wedged between the ceiling of her bunk, leftover from a prior trip…
Upon our arrival, we found ourselves rollin’ with the big boys in the bus parking lot.
Having an all access pass (poor, poor, pitiful me), I could roam the Williams Brice Stadium and see all of the shenanigans taking place before the door opened.
Everyone needed their photo taken on the big stage, of course.
In case you’re blonde and/or are prone to getting lost, there are signs for you to follow everywhere.
Think I’d still have a job if I rode the fish below like a bull?
Aside from seeing Kenny (and Kasey Musgraves, Eli Young Band and the Zac Brown Band), the best part of the day was hanging with my work buddies (oh, and having an all access pass … and the cocktails … and the people watching).
We came. We saw. Kenny conquered.
I caught a glimpse of this below after the concert and had to take a picture – haven’t we all been there before, ladies? (But on second thought, who in the hell wears heels to a six hour concert?)
Of course Teddy was beyond infuriated when I returned home after being away one night. Therefore, I immediately shoved him in a sombrero (every cat’s dream) because we had to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
Promptly after this photo shoot, I walked into my bedroom to find this scene…
But in case you were wondering Mr. Bear and I made up by this morning. So much so that he settled in further to snuggle as my alarm (which usually makes him leap out of his fur), was screaming in my ear.
How about my impressive, one armed, in-the-dark photo skills?
I did make it to work today – much to Ted’s dismay.