My boyfriend’s truck is in my driveway and yet I am not sure where he is. I lose my boyfriend all of the time. I think he is a secret ninja.
Anonymous said: About the parking thing. I got tickets on stubhub and going to Paul's concert in SF too. If they don't show anything to do with parking passes for that date does that mean that they won't charge for parking? Or they will but you can just drive in, pay there and park?
Every Paul concert charges for parking outside of the venue unless you park somewhere and walk. But you typically have to pay when you get there…cash only. Have a good time at the show.
I really dislike it when people colorize Beatles photos. I dislike it in the 1960’s magazines and I dislike it now. If the photographer wanted the photo to be in color, he or she would have used colored film. I just don’t care for it. If they ever colorize A Hard Day’s Night, I am not going to be happy.
I also dislike it when people leave messages that just say “I’m bored.” I am never bored—-there is always something that needs to be done. If you are so bored then come over here and type up articles for my blog.
I am in a grouchy mood right now….not sure why.
Anonymous said: I saw on stubhub that there were tickets selling for parking spaces in some venues, do you have to buy those to park there? I mean. I'm going to see Paul at SF and I didn't see, or don't remember, seeing any tickets for parking but in some other concerts they did. I hope that wasn't confusing :/
Usually I am staying at a hotel near the venue and I walk from there. But when Paul was in St. Louis (where I live), I had to pay to park. It wasn’t cheap (I think $25). Maybe in SF they can sell tickets for parking ahead of time? I never heard of that before. I wouldn’t do it and just wait until you get there. But make sure you have cash to pay for a parking spot.