Hey Raw followers,
I’d thank you for keeping up with the blog but I think the fact that I’m here telepathically sending messages to you is gratitude in itself.
Saturday’s Raw Possibility event was off the chain! The lounge and house was packed! At one point, we counted 70 people inside the place and by the fire-pit.
(Here I’m pictured below, being an amateur about pouring my beer, to the right is Rob from Zombie Brewery attempting to help clean the overflow of foam)
The set-up was something like:
- Zombie Brew tank with handles and all behind the bar counter;
- Raw Possibility behind the stove;
- Table filled with Merchandise, Business Cards, and Stickers;
- Living room rocked by the DJ;
- Mosaic of photography prints by EricI pinned on to the hallway;
- Couch lounge filled with people skimming through street art books;
- In-door fire place (unlit) fronted by Genie Love;
- Laser show beaming on the fire place where Genie sat playing his guitar, foot pedals, intergalactic notes;
- Out-door fire-pit enveloped by chatty bodies snuggled under the dark blanketed sky;
- Drive-way with sweating kegs; and
- Beat-boxer Vincent Bantasan amping up the crowd with his vocal gestation.
EricI snapped a few frames of the night, as hammered as he was he still managed to capture the flow of the event quite well.
The event is probably one of my top-three success’ with Raw Possibility. We made a pretty penny, got great reviews, and the people who were present were incredible individuals. I enjoy eating vegan, drinking a brew, hearing live music, and having limitless conversations about the ruminations I have through the week.
Next event, I can’t even entertain the idea of having another event right now. The logistics, planning, preparation, networking, and time that went in to this last one was taxing. For now, I’m focused on my trip to Peru for 10 days and my new grind.
Also, I’m starting a personal blog about my private thoughts, inspiration, motivation, anxieties, and curiousity. I’m going to be using it as a space to record intriguing life experiences (especially on my trip to Peru). If interested, feel free to email me email@example.com (as it will be private and accessible by invite-only).