|Emma and I bike to Jazz Fest|
|First thing we stumble upon is TBC Brass Band parade|
I was the most excited for Big Freedia and the whole bounce hour since I spent a good portion of last last year searching for sissy bounce. The stills and video do not do bounce justice, I encourage everyone everywhere to experience it in real life. That is some real dancing - it makes New England feel even more white and boring than it already is.
|The teenage girls next to us are one giant dance party|
|They didn't let a little rain stop them|
Although Emma and I were not wanting to fight the crowds, Dr. Mary and Ed inisted we follow them to the Preservation Jazz Hall Band's 50th anniversary celebration. I am so thankful we did, because it was an show with an unbelievable line up of guest performers.
|Dr. Mary and Ed busting a move, too|
|Self portrait with the little sister|
|A kid making art and proud of his sculptures|
The music and dancing doesn't end when you leave the fairgrounds. In fact, I think the most remarkable things we see and hear aren't at jazz fest itself.
|We get to meet Eric's family - Kendrelle and "the rooster"|
And then home to find a crawdad alive and swimming in the pool.
|"No, Louise we have no idea how the crawdad got in the pool"|