Also (because I'm online) the guy had to call my sister on her cell, so she gave them directions. One more load off my mind. I have this thing, not really sure what it is, I call it phone-a-phobia. Explain it to people as a fear of confrontation. I detest calling people, unless I really know them, and I hate even more having to have conversations with people I don't know well. It's extremely nerve wracking, and occasionally gets to the point of a mild panic attack. It's bad. This is why I have still not called Jordan, or the Bank. And, I probably won't end up calling either. I'll go into the bank someday with my sister (maybe Saturday), and I'll get directions to the concert from my dad. Problem solved.
Amanda just called me on my cell. She's visiting her Grandma in Galena (sp?) and was wondering when we would be leaving for the concert. I told her around 3:30. I thought mommy would be off work at noon on friday. They stopped doing that. Plus, she's in California until Saturday night. Though my dad was off work at 9:30am today, he usually works until 3pm, but his schedule is never set in stone. My thoughts, what if it comes time to leave for the concert and no one is home to watch Zoe? I'm pretty sure Fayanne gets off work at 3 on Fridays, so I'm hoping she can watch Zoe until my dad gets home, or until Chris gets off work at 5. Thank god for big families. If all else fails, I'll try to get Emily or Dave, or maybe Katie (Dave's girlfriend) who works out of her apartment.
No matter what happens, I AM GOING TO THIS CONCERT!! When they were touring with Lifehouse and Everclear, tickets here sold out in 20 minutes and I wasn't able to get them. I was so upset. I love Matchbox Twenty so much. I love their music, I love their band, I love Rob Thomas. They are so great.
"I'm not saying there wasn't nothing wrong, I just didn't think you'd ever get tired of me. And I'm not saying we ever had the right to hold on, I just didn't wanna let it all get away from me." - Leave; Mad Season