Went out last night to see Labyrinth at the Moolah with friends. I love a good midnight show, and it has been a while since Brian and I went out with friends.
There is something so very special about a road trip with friends. Sharing music and trading stories while traveling has to be one of the best experiences life has to offer.
I spend so much time alone working, or shepherding my virtual friendships on Facebook and Google+, that sometimes I forget about the sheer joy of the journey: the power that an meaningful event can have not only on me, but on my relationships.
Trust has been an issue for me for a while, but I feel like I am staring to move past it and make new friends.
Leave it to the glamour of David Bowie to remind me of the power of the road trip to change the way I see the world.
Oh, great and terrible Goblin King, we have walked your labyrinth and grown closer and stronger for it. May you kingdom have no end.