From Lynchburg

I keep thinking that it’s too late and that I’m too tired and that if I do post now it won’t make sense when you read it in the morning…but after about an hour or so of thinking these thoughts, we are still up doing some admin work, so I thought why not post?

Tonight was the first stop on our September tour.  We left Nashville at about 8am (seriously, I did NOT know that there were so many school zones in East Nashville! I guess that’s what happens when you are never out before 10am) and arrived safely in Lynchburg at 5pm. It was a long day.  But we had a ton of fun in the car. We had a great playlist going–Bethany Dillon, Phil Wickham, Nichole Nordeman, Foy Vance, Shane & Shane to name a few, and when we were about an hour outside of Lynchburg we gave into our guilty pleasure and listened to amazing (I mean horrifying) country music the rest of the way. I heard a new one today. The chorus was, “I quit smoking, women, and drinking and that was the worst 15 minutes of my life.”  It struck me as just being too stereotypical and then I had to laugh when 20 minutes later “You Ain’t Much Fun Since I Quit Drinking” came on. Classic. I can’t believe I’m actually writing about enjoying these songs.  I’m so ashamed.

Oh and we played “Love Story” at the show tonight. Everyone sang along. And I loved it.

Sigh.

I’m officially not thinking clearly. Will post more later.

goodnight.

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