Well, I’M not the one who’s moved; Hummusbird is. Hummusbird.com is now Hummusbird.blogspot.com. I’m working on switching the domain over, but please bear with me for now! I’ve also decided to lose all my old posts. I wanted to start fresh. I hope this doesn’t upset any of you (I doubt it will). If you ever want to read any of my old stuff, you can always come back here! Even once the domain switches, everything should still live on Hummusbird.wordpress.com.
Peace out for now, WordPress. You’ve been very good to me, but it’s time I get moving on. I hope I see all of you over on Blogger! 🙂
A little sneak peek of a really easy beauty DIY I’m doing on BLDG 25 next week. Check over there on Monday morning to see!!
Happy National IPA Day, everyone! Have a beer or 8.
Firefly Festival was a lot to handle. I mean, it was my first festival, so of course it was going to be a lot for me. But it was so awesome. So many good things happened. So many funny things happened. So many things went wrong, but so many things went so much more right than I could have ever imagined.
It was Firefly’s first year in existence, and it was quite clear that the event had a lot of “figuring out” to do, but I am in no way complaining. The slight disorganization of it all made the weekend so unexpected — in the best ways possible. Everyone’s phones were dead. There was borderline zero cell phone service. Meeting up with people was utterly impossible. The volunteers had no idea what was going on. The workers hadn’t the slightest hint of a clue to an answer to any question. But that’s what made it all so great. For the first two days, no one knew the difference between a media pass and a VIP pass, so our passes which were meant solely to allow us to bring a DSLR into the festival now allowed us to eat free food, get free water bottles, watch the shows from better spots, and — the best part — use bathrooms that were one step up from porta potties. It was a crazy mess of a weekend and I wouldn’t have had it any other way.
And, oh yeah, we slept in a car both nights. It’s not that we didn’t have a tent, it’s just that we preferred not to use it. Ha!
I can’t say that I see another festival in my future, but then again, I can’t say that I don’t. 🙂
My Dewey girls are here for the weekend!!! So excited. Be beck tomorrow 🙂