here are some crappy cell phone pictures of amanda palmer. some are from tuesday night's webster hall show, others are from other times i've seen her (there are three shows represented here). i've seen amanda in various incarnations i think eight or nine times since i was thirteen. i am twenty now.
tuesday's show was the first time i went without my mom. she had to work.
this is what i wore.
amanda is such a huge part of my life. i don't know how i'd have made it through the end of middle school and the entirety of high school without her & the dresden dolls. i feel so lucky that i've been able to see her and meet her and be a part of her fan base throughout all the amazing things that have happened to me and to her--when she married my favourite author, when the dresden dolls broke up and then got back together, and when i met her and her husband (the incredible author neil gaiman) at their kickstarter party in brooklyn a few months ago. really, i'm so glad to have been able to grow and learn with the help of her music, and i hope to see her again in concert very soon.