In which there are parties, and Castro practice (yay!), and there is a Castro show (but we do not get to see the show at all), and there is another Castro show (but we do not get to see the show), and that is all there is about SXSW.
In which there is a zit. Also there is lipstick (and other contents of Jackie’s purse), a to-do list, traveling (hi, Betsy!), and–hurrah!–some actual backstage at SXSW! (No, we do not get to hear Castro perform. Maybe next time?)
In which there is backstage (so to speak) stuff from the making of the “Automatic” video, which includes motorcycles (you do remember the “Automatic” video, don’t you?), a tractor, serendipity, and a bonfire (you do remember the “Automatic” video, don’t you?).
Also there is a show. (We do not get to see the show.)
In which there is songwriting (we do not get to see the songwriting) (but we hear some of the song!) and scenery, there is giggling with Maddie and Hazel, there is more music, there is more songwriting (we do not get to see the songwriting), there is more Hazel and more Maddie, and there is a concert, bits of which we actually get to see–and there is a second concert (we only get to see a tiny it of the second concert).
Also there is songwriting in Vermont from Michael. Or at least there is a lot about the trip to Vermont–some of which involves songwriting!:
All four videos by Michael Castro
In which there is more RV life, much scenery, and much food. Also Kandee and, yes, music! And also farm things, like chickens and alpaca. (You heard me.) And a giant waterslide. And oh, yeah, food.
In which we get another look at unglamorous RV life, there is a show in Buffalo (we do not get to see the show) (but we see a smidge of Delta Rae’s), and there is NYC! In NY there are meetings and food and meetings with food and Pokemon and selfies, CDs are real, and there is a show (we do not get to see the show). Also there is the Empire State Building because New York, and more meetings and a video recording session (we do not get to see the recording session) and a relationship anniversary.
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