I was watching the clock with sadness and excitement. Sad ... that the show and characters I love was coming to an end. Excited ... as to how it would all end. (Hopefully, not like the dumb ending "The Sopranos" had!)
I started crying before it even aired ... the final episode of "True Blood." Then, I cried as the song played, "I wanna do bad things to you."
More tears as Sookie honored Bill's wish ... to meet the true death. Even more tears as Sookie finally embraced her fate, something that she had felt was a curse.
I developed my taste for coffee at a young age, thanks to my grandpa and grandma.
I remember being around 9 years old and sitting at the kitchen table for breakfast when Grandpa let me have my first cup of coffee. Of course, he made my cup just like how he drank his coffee -- full of sugar and creamer! I still drink it that way to this very day. I like to think of it as I'm having a cup of coffee with Grandpa who is up in heaven sitting with his cup.
As I was watching "True Blood" last night ... I started to get that feeling you get when you've been reading a good book and you're near the last chapter. You're super-excited to learn how the story will end, but so depressed and sad that your time with the characters you've come to love will end forever.
Fresh off of my first Watershed experience, I'm already planning for next year.
One of the things I'm dreaming about is the artists -- who will perform next year?
I would love a Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean and Eric Church lineup! That would be the bomb!
But a lot of it has to do with the artist routing -- whoever performs at the Oregon Jamboree usually ends up at Watershed. I say usually because not all the Oregon Jamboree artists end up at Watershed, but at least a few do.
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