Thursday, July 12, 2012

The In Crowd

On 6/14, Mom & Dad and I went to another Thursday Night Free Concert at Park Place.
The Okee Dokee Brothers were headlining (or main lining since there's never an opener) and they were easily the best band to date, at least from a kids point of view. I had so much fun that Dad actually bought me both of their CDs. I really enjoyed the song above, Auctioneer, but my fave is Tippy Toes. I couldn't find a full version online but you'll get the gist from the sample here.

I was having a blast dancing away in the front row... until the 'bros told everyone to pair up for the next song... um... in case you can't tell, that's me in the center... all by myself. I know what you're thinking, my father jumped in to spare me the embarrassment right? Nope, he stood by busily immortalizing my humiliation on film SD Card. Perfect!
After several attempts to join in with some pairs, literally trying to grab random strangers' hands, some older girls finally took me in. It was all good after that but it was a pretty brutal 30 seconds until then.
My only solace is knowing that it was worse for Dad to watch than it was for me to experience. After all, he'll remember this forever and I'm a 3 year old with the attention span of a... well, a 3 year old and have already forgotten what we were talking abou-hey what's that?

I needed a break from dancing for a bit so I headed back to base camp to play with Nora. Nora's sister Bridget was having a snack so we swooped in and played with her rings. Yes, the same type of rings that entertained me nearly 3 years ago are still fun. I can't wait until we break these back out for the Peanut!

A little later I braved the cold cruel world of a children's music dance floor once again and this watch the show from a front row SEAT.eats. Join early, that's the key!

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,
Avery

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