Falling Right In
Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils (I missed Hannah Jadagu who is soooo talented! Heard she was great!)
The crowd was mostly still, with some nervous and nonchalant Philly energy. I walked from one spot to another, stage left, stage right, center, floor and lower floor to get a feel for the vibes. I settled between all of them as the music began to be played. I jumped and frolicked and skipped and danced from one end to another. Feeling my way through the X, Y, Z axis. Dancing off the monotony, the isolation, the cabin fever. Mostly and intensely, celebrating life and breath and movement, my able body, this opportunity! I kicked my feet, threw my hands at the beats, swirled. The yummy guitar and silly, fun repetitive rhythms. “You can have me all! Leaving and letting it all out! “Falling right in!” The undertones, pauses and space in between.
Sweet moment alert! As I was running around through the venue, one of the security guards gestured a high five with his eyes sparkling and masked smile (Covid-19 pandemic :0). I reciprocated with an elbow bump afraid to catch germs and excited to reciprocate joy! What beautiful, fleeting embodied happiness! What life!