Travels with David
Woke up and went straight to a diner near Joe’s house in Ferndale. Marissa fell in love with a local commercial for “Romeo and Juliet Furniture Liquidators” featuring two young kids, and a questionable CGI team, who shoot lasers out of their eyes to make the furniture disappear. Marissa’s mind was blown and it was discussed all morning.
This has really been one of the easiest tours I’ve ever been on. All the drives have been relatively short, the shows are smooth, everything’s been great. Our biggest problem has been Mike’s shoes. They’ve got holes on the top, bottom and sides … and don’t get me started on the soles. Our boy is really going through it. If anyone has a hook up with some fresh size 13’s (black only), that’d be beautiful.
Woke up and got right on the road to Pittsburgh. Listened to Lizzo, Nas, and Siouxie. Experimented with Sheetz breakfast. Pretty shweet.
As soon as I got off the Peter Pan bus in Philly, I was greeted by Marissa with a peanut butter & chocolate donut and I knew this tour was going to be a special one. This is my first trip with Screaming Females, and obviously my first time recapping for the fan club, so I figure a little introduction is in order. My name’s David; I’m a high school teacher in Silver Spring, MD (the single greatest city in the world) which means I get two months of summer vacation to watch “Fraiser” reruns and go on tour. I’m always trying to find the best donuts in town, so feel free to holler if you know what’s up!