So, I found these old pictures of some Texas Country musicians that we went to see one night at good ole’ Hurricane Harry’s. Before they were mainstream. Before anybody else knew about them. Before they charged for their concerts (this concert was free if I remember correctly). These pictures are like eight years old! I know, now I feel old myself. But they remind me of a time when all I had to worry about was what to do on a Thursday night in Aggieland. Or if I wanted Whataburger or Taco C at 2:00 in the morning (I hope you don’t even have to think twice on this one). So, I thought I’d post for everyone’s enjoyment. And, now I have a challenge for you. First person to comment and name each musician correctly will win a prize. What kind of prize, you ask? Bragging rights. And the sheer … Read More
This picture was taken in 2006 at Miss Katelyn’s graduation party. Whoop! What is wrong with this picture? Absolutely nothing. It is priceless. And reminds me of college. And Mexico. And the Corona Club. Oh, how I miss all these girls. And Acuña. And, Anna, don’t worry. It is not Katelyn’s mom behind the camera. It is Brady. That is why you look so excited to see him. 68 words.
These old school pictures are from 2002. I spent the majority of my summer studying abroad in Mexico with eight of my closest classmates. How we survived I’ll never know. I did a lot of stupid things in Mexico. These pictures prove it. How I know these pics are old. They were taken with a throw-away camera. Poor millennial generation. You don’t even know what a throw-away camera is. You’ve always used digital cameras, or better yet, a phone that has a camera squeezed right inside of it. Well, earlier this century, we didn’t have those luxuries. We had to use throw-away cameras if we went on vacation and then walk five miles in the snow uphill and barefoot to take the film to Wal-Mart to get developed. Gasp. We did not get to enjoy the pictures instantly. And, I still had to spend an entire afternoon scanning each picture … Read More