Stevie performs at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., during Cal State-Fullerton’s 13th annual Front & Center gala. The event raised $250,000 for student scholarships — the most ever for this event - February 2, 2008.
Anyone who has spent five seconds around me ever:
yes, you love Stevie Nicks, we know, you love Stevie Nicks so much, she's the light of your life, you love her so much, you just love Stevie, we KNOW, you love Stevie you fucking love Stevie, ok we know, we get it, YOU LOVE STEVIE NICKS. WE GET IT.
“I’m almost here!” you wrote.
“I don’t want to go home” you said.
“Yes, I would love to!” you shouted.
“Wouldn’t it be cool if we wrote a book?” you mumbled.
“I have a crazy idea!” you shouted.
“We need to go to other countries with this, there’s so many that want to see us.”
“Isn’t it about time now?” you asked.
“Yes, a million times yes!” you laughed.
“Look at her paws, our little doggo.” you squealed.
“It’s your turn, I changed the diaper yesterday.” you whined.
“This was the most fun I’ve ever had.” you said.
“I love you, spork.” you closed your eyes.
“I love you too, trash can” I cried.
what I truly love about Elizabeth Olsen is that she doesn’t put up with stupid questions. you make a comment that she must be more hollywood bc she’s from america, she’ll call you out on that shit while remaining professional/10. It’s great.
“This next song was written in 1973 in Aspen, Colorado. It was really written about making choices and deciding what I really wanted to do with my life, but the funny and sweet story is that my dad always thought I wrote thing song about him and who was I to tell him that I didn’t? So, you know, for my whole existence here, he thought this song was written for him and I would say “of course it is, daddy”. (…)
So Jess, if you’re listening and I know you are, I know you are right here with us in this building tonight, this if for you, as usual. It’s Landslide.”