Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Taylor Swift Concert

On Saturday, we finally made it to our first Taylor Swift concert.  It was the girls "big" Christmas gift from Guy and I.  They have been patiently waiting for May 25th since they opened the tickets on Christmas Eve. 

They also got boots for Christmas.   So they have been planning to wear those to the concert and Maddie has had her outfit picked out for months.  Maycee came up with her outfit on the day of the concert and designed her own hairbow just for the concert.  Lately it seems to be the bigger, the better where bows are concerned.

 We had a birthday party to attend first and then we headed to Arlington. 
 The weather wasn't great and neither was the traffic, but we still made it in time to see the end of the first artist.  Unfortunately I can't remember his name. 
We stood in line to pick out awesome tshirts for the girls.  $80 for 2, but there is a pretty good chance they will get worn more than anything else in the closet, so probably a good buy. 
We found our seats.  They were in the upper level, even though we bought them early.  I was too scared to wait for better seats.  I was scared they would sell out and we would end up with none. Next time I'll be more patient.  It work out though.  We were to the side of the stage and were directly in front of one of those gigantic Cowboys Stadium tv screens. So we could watch the stage or the screen. 
Next band was Florida Geogia Line and then Ed Sheehan.  We had never heard  of him, but we enjoyed his show. 

Finally what we had been waiting for!!!

And then sadly, 2 hours after she first entered the stage she was gone and it was over.  

The girls had so much fun.  Maddie was screaming, singing and dancing for the entire 2 hours.  Maycee quietly sang from her seat and recorded much of the show on her touch. I can't even tell you how many time they have watched those recordings since that night. :-)
And before we were on the highway they had both passed out. πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€


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