It’s day number two here in Panama and I’m dead. Not literally, but it sure feels like it. Fighting those waves is just so hard. Plus the current is pushing you farther and farther down the beach, so when you get out of the water you have no idea where you are.
One wave came crashing down on my head, shoved my knees into the ground, forced me into doing a flip, then threw my back into the ground before I was able to stand up. Some of the waves are mighty strong and dangerous. But once you get far enough out there, it’s nice and calm.
I’m loving it so far, and I wish we could stay here longer.
The title has no relevance to this blog, but anyway. New Orleans is quite different than any other thing I’ve ever experienced. Honestly, on my first day here I was asked for spare change more times than I’ve been asked in my whole life. I had a hard time saying no since I’m such I nice guy, but I did. And I’m glad I did. Other than all the beggars it’s a pretty cool town. There’s always music playing and most of the people are real friendly. It wasn’t much of a problem getting people to talk to us for our story. Which is great when you’re on a deadline.
I’m excited for the days to come. This city is kind of gross and I haven’t really found food that I absolutely love yet. But this is a great experience for me.
So it’s my first time in Memphis. Apparently everyone here likes the blues. I’m even sitting in a blues club as we speak. The atmosphere is much different. Everyone likes to be loud and whatnot, which isn’t great when you have a headache. Oh well. I’m tying to enjoy myself. I myself don’t mind the blues. I love the beats and the funky bass. Amazing. Welp, bye bye for now. I’m gonna go dig into some fried chicken!
Tonight is not an ordinary night, for I am with a couple of love birdies. Brad and Morgan. Their love is strong, and I can feel it in the air.
The afternoon started with band practice, and that went quite well. After that, I took a taxi cab to Bradley Thomas’ house. I was greeted at the door by some curly headed K9’s. Their names: Maggie, Millie, and Cosmo. All they do is bark, bark, bark like a shark, in the dark. Once I finally made my way into Bradley’s room, we began working on a new song for a possible pop/funk band we are considering creating. Then suddenly out of the darkness, Morgan arrives. She was dressed in black, and ready to attack. Quickly, Brad and I rush to retreat, under the sheet. Trying to be discreet, we grabbed each others feet, and called out to pete. Screech! Screech! But then, Morgan made her move. Before we knew it, we were tied by the neck tie. Strugglin’ for air, I reached out for Laud. With no response, I felt depression come upon me. For the love of the Peach Tree was no longer with me.
Just to my luck, one of the K9’s decided to bite, with all it’s might. Morgan gave out a loud yelp, and we were set free. As soon I got up, I grabbed the explorer and impaled her through the heart, ripped all her limbs off, and burned her whole body. That was the only way to assure she was dead, and would never return to the earth.
Finally, Brad and I were able to continue writing our new song, and we played our guitars for hours before we called it a night.
Hey there! I’m new to this blogging thing, so I thought I’d start out by telling you a little bit about myself.
The story of my life all started on a cold morning on the 8th of January. I don’t remember much about this day, for I was just a young little lad. Skip forward just a few years, and I began learning the guitar at age 10. My first guitar was a Yamaha acoustic. After a few years on acoustic, I stepped it up to a Fender Strat. Ever since I’ve had an electric guitar, I’ve been playing in a band. This band has transformed in many ways over the years into what it is now… Arrayed in White. We play shows around town every once and awhile. I enjoy it very much.
Another thing I greatly enjoy is riding my motorcycle. Every chance I get, I take it for a spin. Even though it’s not the fastest bike around, it can still give you a great time. Eventually, I plan to sell it to get a bigger one.
Well, that’s about all I have to share about myself. Thanks for checkin’ me out! :)