Bastille @ Provinssirock, Seinäjoki, Finland, June 14th 2013
It’s been quite the weekend, crazy and exhausting in the best possible way. on friday i went to the first big music festival of the summer with two great friends. we saw Bastille and PMMP (a great finnish duo of fierce women who are about to retire from the band) and most importantly we saw Blur! a band that i’ve loved since late 90’s, finally i got to see them live and from the first row. it was wonderful. i didn’t even mind the rain.
we spent the night at the train station, like so many other festival visitors did, sleeping on the cold floor. thinking god i’m too old for this. that’s what i always think, that’s what we always say, yet we do it again and again. but i want to believe you’re never too old to go see bands and dance and scream or sleep on the station floor cause it’s an adventure and sometimes you don’t have money for the hotel or even a place for tent but you go anyway. cause you’re never too old for adventures.
saturday i said goodbye to one friend and went to helsinki with an other. had lazy days, ate pizza and watched movies and planned our next adventure. in four weeks me and a friend are flying to Amsterdam, we’re going to see Watsky in Utrecht, Netherlands and then after that we’re flying to Dublin and we’re going to see Josh Ritter and this just might be the best summer ever.
i’m really happy and lucky and even tho there’s things to do and worry about i’m just not going to let those bother me. happy. and exhausted. in the best possible way.
If dudes are expected to have a lot of sex
But ladies are expected to stay virgins until marriage
But homosexuality is bad
I’m really confused who dudes are supposed to be having all that sex with
I mean, I know who I am. I’m this goofball. I look at myself in the mirror, and the person that I know doesn’t match up to what I think people love to perceive me as. I’ve never sought this life that I’ve been given. It could be overwhelming if I didn’t think I could handle it. I’m just some random dude, you know. I’m just some guy.