Good one, smiling & laughing ...
That's a cool picture. "Don't push yourself too hard" or did you need to scratch your back?...
That is awesome you haven't missed most of his shows within 500 miles.You're so right :) So many of us have been through difficult times and situations in our lives and we can relate through alot of his lyrics. Just goes to show you how much many of us are alike, he can express it better than some of us :) As for myself I have only been to 1 of his concerts which was last year in Omaha, Nebraska, in July, on one of the hottest days of the season. I happen to had 3 days off that week and decided since I haven't been able to enjoy much and been wanting to see him, I learned at short notice he was going to be only less than 200 miles away, I thought yes! luckily got a ticket online at the last minute and went. I had never been to a concert by myself and usually when you go with others anywhere it makes it all the more fun. But I have to admit I never had such an awesome time in all my life by myself. His performance was the best I had ever seen. His talent and mannerism just blows me away ! I like real and those who are just themselves and he is. Hang in there Denise ! You sound like you have a strong will and I'll keep you in my prayers. Think positive, keep faith and it will all work out ! Yes it would be awesome we meet up one day at one of his shows. Definately celebrate life and love with Kid Rock :) Take good care and may the good Lord God Bless you !!!
Thanks for the kind words, Kat! It's funny how I (and other's) find that "inner peace" from a "head bangin'" rock~n~roll jam session! But it really did set my mind at ease. I consider myself a "veteran" in the Cancer field. This being my 3rd bout with it. I feel confident that my determination and stubborness and of course, my faith will pull me thru this. The worst part of all this is that I just KNOW Kid Rock is gonna come to town while I am in treatment and I haven't missed a show of his within 500 miles for the past 12 years! I have , fortunately, been able to work around my schedules of treatment every time. I am praying that I can do the same this year (if he comes South) but this time I have to have Chemo every week for the next 12 weeks and then a major surgery and then atleast 3-4 more rounds of Chemo. I've got my fingers crossed that we can "work" it out. The one concert I did miss was in 2010, Sept 11th...my husband had a heart attack. So I missed it, but I gave my tickets and my hotel to a friend and her husband so they didn't get "wasted". (She had a blast!!) And, btw, Kid Rock Concerts are THE ONLY shows I have seen since 2000. I haven't seen anyone that puts on a better show than him and the T.B.T. (might sound a bit biased, but I am sure you understand.)
Anyways, I'm ramblin' on......I just wanted to say thanks for your thoughtfulness. Maybe we can meet up one day at a show and celebrate this "life" and our love for Kid Rock with a drink and a dance!!! Take care and stay in touch! Peace be with you.