seeing t swizzle

On Saturday night, Katie, her friend Emily, PJ and I ventured out to the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ to see Taylor Swift. I could tell you that I had been looking forward to this for weeks, but I would be lying. Friday afternoon at work I was procrastinating, knew T Swift was in the area, and wandered over to Stub Hub to see if I could get some tickets that were A-not going to give me nosebleeds and B-not going to empty my bank account. I scored on both counts, and after consulting my sister, I got 4 tickets and proceeded to freak out for the rest of the day.
We took a lot of pictures, both before and during the show, so I'm just gonna drop them all in and skip the descriptions (for the most part)...

Yea, we made shirts... even PJ... He thinks he's funny!

So right here, I got super emotional... Taylor was explaining how you never forget the first song you learn to play on guitar. As she strummed the tune of Cowboy Take Me Away, by the Dixie Chicks, she told the audience that Martie Maguire (1/3 of the aforementioned Chicks) was actually in the crowd! I am a huge fan of the Dixie Chicks, so obviously I totally freaked out! ...this is also the point where Taylor came out and sat in the middle of the floor seats, so she was wayyyy closer to us than the rest of the concert :-)

Then, this happened... fully dressed as a princess, Taylor stepped onto what I can only describe as Juliet's balcony and proceeded to float around the arena!
To say it was awesome doesn't really explain how much we loved it or how much fun we had. We are big Taylor fans in my house, and her concert did not disappoint at all. I may have (yes, I did) lost my voice a bit from all of the singing along and cheering that I did all night, but it was totally worth it. There's really not much more to say... I <3 T Swift!

<3 barb

1 comment:

  1. I'm so jealous - I've been dying to see a Taylor show! Cute tee's too! :-)


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