Attending concerts. There is nothing quite like live music and sharing that with 100's or 1000's of strangers. I have seen a few in my day, concerts that is. I had to miss quite a few shows while on peritioneal dialysis. The nighttime cycler took at least 8.5 hours and I worked early. I have been to 6 shows since March. OK, I only paid for 3 of them... so maybe the free shows at the local casino don't really count. I mean, I liked Grand Funk Railroad, but I probably would not have paid to see them. It's some kind of wonderful when its free.
Anyhow, Roger Waters was in town Thursday and it was more than I hoped for. You know the internet is great for finding out anything about anything, especially when thousands of people are fans like they are of any rock stars. You kids don't know how good you have it. Try getting info from a World book encyclopedia. OK Pablojw, why are you telling me stuff I already know. Get to the point. OK, I hear ya. I purposely did not google his shows because I wanted to be surprised with what he came up with. He did not disappoint. Maybe a little overboard with the politics, he is not a fan of the Donald. I have now seen Pink Floyd with David Gilmore and the Roger Waters version. So ... if you are a fan of the Floyd, you will wish you were here.
What are you thankful for?