Here we go again, the second city of the tour is Los Angeles, the city of dreams as I call it. I wake up with the worst headache ever! My body and mind is probably just stressed and tensed after the long preparation for this tour followed by 12 h in an airplain, being yet ledge, sleeping in a new bed, carrying heavy bags, long bus rides in a very cold bus. So I decided I badly needed a massage to get rid of my head ache. I went to the place closest to the venue, it was named Dee Jai Thai Spa. I got myself an one hour long Thai Massage, best thing ever! My good, reminded me of when I used to do dancing 16 h a week and how important it is to be aware of all your muscles, even in the feet and in your hands. Also to stretch makes me feel so much better, and that’s exactly what Thai Massage means – stretching for the lazy. I walked out like a new person. I appreciate professional staff, they knew what they were doing. So if your in L.A I recommend you to try that place. 45 dollars for one hour + tip of course. After the treatment I went to Starbucks and had a warm Chinese green tea. There I met a fan named Anthony who I met last time we were in L.A. An hour later I hooked up with a close friend names Shay, she’s from Las Vegas and her boyfriend Mike, is currently working with us on this tour. It’s always very nice for me to get some female company, so I was very happy to meet her and her friend. I got an early birthday gift as well… Here is what I got:
Before the soundcheck i had a nice dinner at the venue and then it was soon time to start the show! Nokia Club is an amazing venue, it felt great stepping out on that stage. I could see many faces in the audience I recognize. That always makes me calm and happy! 🙂 The show went good. It wasn’t 600 people singing along like in San Francisco, but the atmosphere was very good, and we could defiantly feel the support from our fans, even though most of them weren’t able to be in the front row! 🙂 But I could still see, and hear you!! 😉 What made me sad though was that I didn’t get the change to meet my youngest fan after the show. He was there on his fathers shoulders the whole show, throwing up a Teddy Bear for Henric on stage. But it turned out he also had a gift and a birthday card he never got the chance to give to me, since we had to leave through the underground parking where no one was able to enter. How heartbreaking is that.. 🙁 Well, I hope I can make it up next time. If we ever headline that same venue I will make sure there’ll be a meet and greet. At least I got the chance to meet one other friend in the VIP section on the forth floor, David Baker, who
makes Fantastic, Unique jewelers. I got the neckless I’m wearing in the picture below. 🙂 Thank you L.A for an fantastic evening, I hope I’ll see you soon again!
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