first off, i learned that flying all the way across the country for a two day trip is exhausting. this doesn't mean that i wouldn't do it again...
secondly, i'm a big goober. after the show friday night in chattanooga, i saw some people (jess and john, i think) that i recognized from pictures on various cracker-related pages, but i failed to introduce myself. (i was a little irritated with the male population of chattanooga, who seemed to think that it is ok to smell a girl without asking and the man who thought that my walking past him gave him the right to grab my breast.) yikes! anyway, i'm the girl who was dressed suspiciously like frank (matching shoes, matching shirt...is it a fashion faux pas to match the drummer?!?) who failed to say "hi". i promise, next time i'm back east, i'll introduce myself!
sniffers and gropers aside, i enjoyed the show in chattanooga. i got to hear some of my favorite songs, including sad lover's waltz, trials and tribulations, heaven knows i'm lonely and take me down to the infirmary (i hope david is feeling better!). i like small venues, and this one was definitly small. i moved around a lot and got good views of the stage from all angles. it was a great night.
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