1 day 1 year ago.... Feels like another life sometimes. But this was really me and it somehow still is. I just shed that punk, Gerard-loving, comic-book-reading girl. Bc I didn't like the stereotypes, and some characteristics and the pressure I felt somehow. A little while ago I wanted to forget this time, but in the past weeks I've come to the conclusion that not everything was bad. Some people I met through concerts I really miss now, and I'm afraid I lost them and won't reconnect as it was before I shut myself down. Nevertheless last year was an amazing evening and I DID feel like myself and truly myself. With all my greasy hair, teal roots, black ripped clothes and fancy boots.
today, exactly one year ago, me and my friends went to see Frank Iero and the Patience in Lindau. When we decided to go see him and his buddies, we never had heard of the other three bands touring with them. But when I left after the concert that night I was so glad to have experienced them and their music. From Paceshifters, who started the evening, to Derek from the Homeless Gospel Choir, who I still think is the coolest dude ever, to Frank Iero and the Patience, who were everything and even more than I hoped for them to be , to Dave Hause and the Mermaid, who were simply legendary. I'm not shy to say that it was one of the best and most memorable days of my life and when I think about the people around me starting to cry because of their kind words and meaningful music, I know that I am not the only one feeling that way. So thank you for that wonderful day and for making such powerful music and for being the way you are. Thank you for making my first concert the best it could have been. #frankiero#frankieroandthepatience#paceshifters#thehomelessgospelchoir#davehauseandthemermaid#clubvaudevillelindau Sorry for my bad grammar, but English isn't my first language and auto correct is only so good of a help ;)