Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info
Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day. 

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida. 

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much. 

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys.  After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool. 

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made. 

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross. 

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two. 

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep 
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this.  -.-
Zoom Info

Day 2 7/23 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Day two started out sleep deprived and caffeine fueled. It wasn’t too much of an issue all day, though, which is great. I think I ran on adrenaline most of the day.

I worked for Keep A Breast for the day. They’re a really great group that is out to educate younger people about breast cancer, prevention, and support. All of the people that work for the organization on tour were so awesome. I’m excited to work for them again in Florida.

I worked the Non Toxic Revolution section of their booth. They’re purpose is to educate people about products with harmful ingredients, some of which can cause cancer, and the nontoxic alternatives (eg. Toms, Eos, Bert’s Bees) that are out there. I played “The Wheel of WTF?” with hundreds of people yesterday. I seriously had so much fun and learned so much.

I got a one hour break to wander around. I took the opportunity to go see TheCityShakeUp, an Australian band I discovered last year. They’re a really interesting group of guys. After their set, I went back to my booth and watched an acoustic set with Sam from Close Your Eyes. Davey & Ronnie stopped by the booth, so I got to actually chat with them for a few minutes. So cool.

After packing up the booth, I had time to catch some bands before the festival shut down for the night. M and I popped by to see Icon for Hire strictly because I liked her pink hair. I fell in love. After that, we were on the barrier for Survive This! That was so freaking awesome! I sure did spend half a song with his crotch in my face while he stood on the barrier, though. The set was amazing. I turned M into a fan! We took a walk to waste time before hitting the main stage. I FOUND A CUPCAKE TRUCK! So I got an expensive cupcake, and it was delicious. We caught most of the Of Mice & Men set while we worked our way through the crowd for Breathe Carolina. Seriously, we got an amazing spot. I didn’t think it was possible. We ended up pretty much on the barrier. That was my favorite set of the day, and such a great way to end the day. I love BC so much, ugh. My day was made.

After things shut down, we changed clothes at a 7-Eleven. I had a conversation with a mom there about what I got from volunteering. She seemed skeptical but impressed. I don’t know. I rearranged the car’s contents and set up a sleep quarter in the back seat. It didn’t matter, neither of us really got any sleep. Sad. Somehow M added two hours to our drive while I was trying/failing to sleep. Technically I’m still in the car, daydreaming about a shower, because seriously? So gross.

Day three is starting out more sleep deprived and far grosser than day two.

Driving hours and mileage
0:20 - 11, 11:30 - 652.4 (all together from venue to venue, including picking up S this morning)

Hours of sleep
Probably less than 2.5

ETA: it took three tries and 8 hours to successfully post this. -.-
Caught this last night in VA Beach! @davidlovesitalways has a great smile! #breathcarolina #WarpedTour14 #davidschmitt #vabeach #smile

Caught this last night in VA Beach! @davidlovesitalways has a great smile! #breathcarolina #WarpedTour14 #davidschmitt #vabeach #smile

Finally got a solid hour of sleep. Add that to the spotty amount earlier in the night and I might have 3ish max. Need more sleep, need a shower, no time for either. #roadtrip #travel #tired #backseat

Finally got a solid hour of sleep. Add that to the spotty amount earlier in the night and I might have 3ish max. Need more sleep, need a shower, no time for either. #roadtrip #travel #tired #backseat

44/100 Day 2 of the road trip/Day 1 of Warped Tour was a huge success. Thanks to @keepabreast for letting me help out today. Such an awesome experience. So stoked for tomorrow. #100HappyDays #breathcarolina #WarpedTour14 #keepabreast #roadtrip #love #canthisbemylife

44/100 Day 2 of the road trip/Day 1 of Warped Tour was a huge success. Thanks to @keepabreast for letting me help out today. Such an awesome experience. So stoked for tomorrow. #100HappyDays #breathcarolina #WarpedTour14 #keepabreast #roadtrip #love #canthisbemylife

This is how your travel at night on a road trip, guys. I got this! #roadtrip #WarpedTour14 #tired #nosleep #illsleepwheniamdead

This is how your travel at night on a road trip, guys. I got this! #roadtrip #WarpedTour14 #tired #nosleep #illsleepwheniamdead

Day 1 7/22 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Off I go on a great adventure. Only an hour behind schedule, at that. On the road to Warped: day one.

Tuesday was basically a driving to Virginia to actually start Wednesday day. I spent way too much time in the car driving. 

Thanks to a questionable amount of caffeine, though, I made it to NC to pick up M, before heading off to VA without issue. 

Once we left for VA, that was a different story. Some people have no idea how to get to their friend’s house in the dark. That took, seriously, almost an hour we didn’t have. Once we got started, though, it was fine. For the most part… Longest damn road in the dark, but no issues until we got into Norfolk. M was navigating, and her GPS decided to crap out on us. We wound up lost in VA Beach and 40 minutes out of our own way. We switched to mine, figured out how to back track, and turned around. Biggest bullshit of the night was the fact that we stopped to use the restroom, at the only place that was open mind you, and the clerk said we couldn’t use hers, but we could use the alley beside her building. What. The. Fuck. No, we didn’t use the alley. We finally got to our hotel, and crashed. By that point, we had enough time to take a nap and shower 3 - ish hours later. A-yup. So, that was fun. 

Starting today off sleep deprived. 

Driving time & milage for the day
5:15 - 324.4, 4:30 - 244.5

Hours of sleep
3-ish
Zoom Info
Day 1 7/22 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Off I go on a great adventure. Only an hour behind schedule, at that. On the road to Warped: day one.

Tuesday was basically a driving to Virginia to actually start Wednesday day. I spent way too much time in the car driving. 

Thanks to a questionable amount of caffeine, though, I made it to NC to pick up M, before heading off to VA without issue. 

Once we left for VA, that was a different story. Some people have no idea how to get to their friend’s house in the dark. That took, seriously, almost an hour we didn’t have. Once we got started, though, it was fine. For the most part… Longest damn road in the dark, but no issues until we got into Norfolk. M was navigating, and her GPS decided to crap out on us. We wound up lost in VA Beach and 40 minutes out of our own way. We switched to mine, figured out how to back track, and turned around. Biggest bullshit of the night was the fact that we stopped to use the restroom, at the only place that was open mind you, and the clerk said we couldn’t use hers, but we could use the alley beside her building. What. The. Fuck. No, we didn’t use the alley. We finally got to our hotel, and crashed. By that point, we had enough time to take a nap and shower 3 - ish hours later. A-yup. So, that was fun. 

Starting today off sleep deprived. 

Driving time & milage for the day
5:15 - 324.4, 4:30 - 244.5

Hours of sleep
3-ish
Zoom Info
Day 1 7/22 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Off I go on a great adventure. Only an hour behind schedule, at that. On the road to Warped: day one.

Tuesday was basically a driving to Virginia to actually start Wednesday day. I spent way too much time in the car driving. 

Thanks to a questionable amount of caffeine, though, I made it to NC to pick up M, before heading off to VA without issue. 

Once we left for VA, that was a different story. Some people have no idea how to get to their friend’s house in the dark. That took, seriously, almost an hour we didn’t have. Once we got started, though, it was fine. For the most part… Longest damn road in the dark, but no issues until we got into Norfolk. M was navigating, and her GPS decided to crap out on us. We wound up lost in VA Beach and 40 minutes out of our own way. We switched to mine, figured out how to back track, and turned around. Biggest bullshit of the night was the fact that we stopped to use the restroom, at the only place that was open mind you, and the clerk said we couldn’t use hers, but we could use the alley beside her building. What. The. Fuck. No, we didn’t use the alley. We finally got to our hotel, and crashed. By that point, we had enough time to take a nap and shower 3 - ish hours later. A-yup. So, that was fun. 

Starting today off sleep deprived. 

Driving time & milage for the day
5:15 - 324.4, 4:30 - 244.5

Hours of sleep
3-ish
Zoom Info
Day 1 7/22 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Off I go on a great adventure. Only an hour behind schedule, at that. On the road to Warped: day one.

Tuesday was basically a driving to Virginia to actually start Wednesday day. I spent way too much time in the car driving. 

Thanks to a questionable amount of caffeine, though, I made it to NC to pick up M, before heading off to VA without issue. 

Once we left for VA, that was a different story. Some people have no idea how to get to their friend’s house in the dark. That took, seriously, almost an hour we didn’t have. Once we got started, though, it was fine. For the most part… Longest damn road in the dark, but no issues until we got into Norfolk. M was navigating, and her GPS decided to crap out on us. We wound up lost in VA Beach and 40 minutes out of our own way. We switched to mine, figured out how to back track, and turned around. Biggest bullshit of the night was the fact that we stopped to use the restroom, at the only place that was open mind you, and the clerk said we couldn’t use hers, but we could use the alley beside her building. What. The. Fuck. No, we didn’t use the alley. We finally got to our hotel, and crashed. By that point, we had enough time to take a nap and shower 3 - ish hours later. A-yup. So, that was fun. 

Starting today off sleep deprived. 

Driving time & milage for the day
5:15 - 324.4, 4:30 - 244.5

Hours of sleep
3-ish
Zoom Info

Day 1 7/22 - Warped Tour Road Trip

Off I go on a great adventure. Only an hour behind schedule, at that. On the road to Warped: day one.

Tuesday was basically a driving to Virginia to actually start Wednesday day. I spent way too much time in the car driving.

Thanks to a questionable amount of caffeine, though, I made it to NC to pick up M, before heading off to VA without issue.

Once we left for VA, that was a different story. Some people have no idea how to get to their friend’s house in the dark. That took, seriously, almost an hour we didn’t have. Once we got started, though, it was fine. For the most part… Longest damn road in the dark, but no issues until we got into Norfolk. M was navigating, and her GPS decided to crap out on us. We wound up lost in VA Beach and 40 minutes out of our own way. We switched to mine, figured out how to back track, and turned around. Biggest bullshit of the night was the fact that we stopped to use the restroom, at the only place that was open mind you, and the clerk said we couldn’t use hers, but we could use the alley beside her building. What. The. Fuck. No, we didn’t use the alley. We finally got to our hotel, and crashed. By that point, we had enough time to take a nap and shower 3 - ish hours later. A-yup. So, that was fun.

Starting today off sleep deprived.

Driving time & milage for the day
5:15 - 324.4, 4:30 - 244.5

Hours of sleep
3-ish