Freestyle Friday–In Mint Condition

TGIF, indeed! If your week was abything like mine, you are more than ready to see the back of it. I’ve had a pretty good week workwise, finally getting an ending timeframe for my accounting sojourn. I got back in the gymand paid a few bills. It just seems that this week was too long. Of course, that could just be because I had something to look forward to.

Mr. Perfect got us tickets to see Mint Condition at the House of Blues. It’s my first time going to HOB, and my first Mint Condition Concert. I love Mint Condition; couldn’t imagine my iPod without them. Imagine my surprise to run into two people who had no idea who they were when trying to share my joy. One person thought they were a cover band.

Um, hello! “Pretty Brown Eyes” “You Send Me Swinging” “What Kind of Man Would I Be?” “If You Love Me” “you Don’t Have to Hurt”–how could you not know. I felt like handing them my MC catalogue and saying Jhere. Educate Yourself.” I need grown friends. These babies don’t know anything!

There are a few blog related goals this week. A features page that explains and helps you find features on this blog, including weekly staples. I’m thinking of doing a mini blog each Friday called Freaky Friday as well (no hints!0 Also a cast of characters would be helpful. Any further suggestions can be left here.

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5 Comments

  1. I’m the kind of person who knows songs but have no clue who sings them! I didn’t know Mint Condition sung โ€œWhat Kind of Man Would I Be?โ€….I’m about to YouTube that one if they have it.

  2. 2blu2btru

    Ha! You can youtube anything in this day and age! The concert was so good! I really enjoyed it. Those guys know how to put on a show!

  3. I wanna see Boys II Men but they can never seem to get the entire group back together again ๐Ÿ™ Al Green is coming here soon. Not sure if I will know all his songs but I’m sure one was a soundtrack for making one of my 2 kids lol

  4. 2blu2btru

    Yeah apparently the one with the deep voice, Michael McCary, has scoliosis which leads to chronic back problems that keeps him from touring as much. Al Green has so many songs you are bound to know something, and even if you don’t, they all have the same beat and organ music, so you can wing it :D. I’m mad at the soundtrack comment. I’m just going to move on past that little bit of TMI, LOL.

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