U2 came into my orbit in 2002 like the brightest shining star. I knew I was never going to be the same. From playing "Beautiful Day" in my car during my senior year of high school, having How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb as my soundtrack during my subway commute to college, to finding clarity and meaning in my adulthood existence with Songs Of Innocence, U2 have played a bigger role in my life than most people I know in person. I'm half a person without them. I have four tattoos in their honor and am known to cry my eyes out at their concerts. I'm eternally grateful that U2 have given me so much. I'm thrilled to share my stories about them with readers of @U2.
Besides U2, I also love Michael Fassbender, "Hamilton," Adele, red velvet cake, and running half-marathons. But not in that particular order. Well, except for Fassbender because he is my number one.