Governor’s Muddy Ball

Over the weekend Matt and I went to the Governor’s Ball Music Festival on Randall’s Island in NYC. Despite the rain on Friday that created a 4-6 inch deep mud field the remainder of the weekend, it was a lot of fun.

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I tried to embrace the ever popular boho-hippie-chic look, although I have to admit I didn’t try very hard. I took a sparky running headband and instead of wearing it push my hair back, I wore it across my forehead – hippie style. I quickly realized that this wasn’t the smartest decision since it left an indent across my forehead. And, I looked a little silly.

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Thankfully, I have two more weeks until this music festival. Hopefully that will give me enough time to perfect my look ;)

Jazz Aspen Snowmass

We ended our weekend on a high note with good music, great friends and amazing memories.

Jazz Aspen Snowmass was absolutely incredible. Although I don’t have a ton of concert experience to compare this to, I am pretty confident that this festival was up there.¬†Being outdoors, surrounded by the mountains, listening to great music – not much beats that in my book.

Friday night we saw Steve Miller Band and Sugarland and the second night was Trombone Shorty and Mumford and Sons.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday Ryan. I can’t wait to celebrate 31!