Do It For The Mems 2

Gentlemen of the Road!

This is a picture of the time my dad took me to a music festival. That’s right, my DAD. It was a festival hosted my Mumford and Sons and my favorite band was playing, Dawes. I bought two tickets, I didn’t even have anyone to go with! My dad stepped in and decided to come with me. The second day we spent on the beach at Seaside Heights, NJ. I don’t think I left our spot once that day. Then Mumford and Sons played for two hours, and it was honestly one of the best days of my life.



Today’s memory that popped up on my iPhone.

So, I already have a post written and going up at 1:30, but this picture came up as a memory. So I figured I would pop on and reflect a little bit. At this point in my life, I was carefree. Committed to a school that I secretly didn’t actually want to go to, but I wanted the experience. I’m not saying that I’m not glad I didn’t go. Because it helped shape me into who I am today. This picture is at my graduation party, which was the same day as graduation. It was mostly family, but I had some friends there. I wouldn’t be diagnosed bipolar for another year or so, and my life would be flipped upside down. My point is, this is a happy memory, but it really just makes me reflect on who I am now and who I was then.