The Instagrams That Never Made It Pt. 4
December was an absolutely insane month. We pretty much had visitors coming and going and it seemed as if I was busy every single second of every day for a month straight entertaining. I took a ton of photos but as you know I can’t Instagram everything. There are rules people. Here are the unlucky ones.
The Instagrams That Never Made It
T h r o w b a c k T h u r s d a y
Before Sam Smith sold out Madison Square Garden and what not he played at the Troubador in Los Angeles for an intimate show. The tickets were nineteen dollars. Yes, NINETEEN DOLLARS. Of course he killed it but the show ended a bit early so my friends and I decided to stick around for a drink or two and out comes Sam Smith. He was taking pictures, saying hello, just being a really great human. I knew I couldn’t miss the moment to say hello and meet him. I waited for him to finish a conversation–he turned and look at me and all I could say is, “Hi, I’m Etajha, I just want to let you know that I love your voice. My dad loves your voice too.” He responds, you should of brought him (I actually did take my parents to see him a year later)!” I’m not sure about what else happened because I mentally blacked out, but we took this photo. Thanks Sam, you’re the coolest.
P H H H O T O
Another snap of Meg and I messing around at the park
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