it was a perfect night, weatherwise and otherwise
it was only about 2/3rds full which made things soooo much better
no huge lines for anything, plenty of room to get around and lots of space in the rows, where we were, in the middle.
on top of that, we lucked out and got a row that had no one in front of our two seats, so
leg room for dayssssssss (pictured)
randy has recorded like five million records in his long and storied career
this show was supposed to be him, the Hollywood Bowl orchestra, and an all star band
playing at least one song from each of his albums
it was so great.
he played pretty much all my favorite tunes and the orchestra added a lot because his music has always been so cinematic
even before he started writing music for Pixar and Disney films.
most of the Bowl events let you bring your own food so i packed lots of salad fixins for her
and i grabbed some grocery store sushi for myself, and chips and a Mexicoke (pictured)
it was a really beautiful night out there in Hollywood
but because i am a sensitive poet i think my nose was affected by all the fires burning around us
and today im a little sniffley and headachey
after the show we walked down like 2 miles which was hard on Amber because she had heels on (pictured)
but the good thing is we got to walk around Hollywood and take pics of all the best thing
like Ice Cube’s star
a totally random wall
and my favorite building in Hollywood that no one has ever gone into because it’s haunted, barren, unlivable
and full of dead bodies probably
afterwards we watched John Oliver and passed out