All this machinery making modern music can still be open-hearted. Not so coldly charted, it's really just a question of your honesty.

Yesterday was one of the most magical nights I've experienced in a long long time~ I went to see Rush in Anaheim with my dad!

I had bought us tickets about a month and a half ago. I had wanted to buy them earlier when they had just gone on sale but I was feeling hopeless and didn't think it would work out because of my mom's situation. But around a month and a half ago, I decided that I had to see them live and that my dad had to come with me no matter what - no regrets~

I was at my best friend's birthday party when my dad came and picked me up. It was pouring rain on our way to Anaheim. We were listening to Rush on our way there~ We are both extremely happy that we were able to go. It was so wonderful.

The Honda Center was huge. I'm always in awe of large stadiums. It's great sitting in such a huge place, surrounded by so many people that are just as excited as you are.

Rush came on at 7:45 and they played till about 11. During the first half they played a bunch of old songs. They took a short break and came back and played songs from Clockwork Angels and then played a bunch of old songs again~!!!

I love Alex, Geddy, and Neil. They were amazing. My favorite is Neil...I am so happy I finally got to see him play a drumsolo live <3 <3 <3

During the break, my dad went down to buy some beer and came back with a shirt for me <3

Ahhhhhh I wish I could rewind to last night~ My favorite song of the night was Spirit of the Radio....everyone was jumping around....so much energy <3

Here is an older performance of theirs.....they sounded exactly like this <3

Happy Sunday, everyone <3