Best Day Of My Life

     It finally happened. 280 days of waiting. One of the last concerts. 70,000 people. 5 boys. One Direction. Holy cow, and wasn’t it just one of the best days of my life.  So I along with Hannah Frances and Anna got one direction tickets for Christmas December of 2013. So yes, the wait was so long. It seemed so surreal to me that at that time in 280 days I would be seeing the biggest “boyband” in the world. It was honestly so much fun. It didn’t seem real that we were actually there. I laughed, cried, screamed, and was very emotionally unstable. It really was one of the best days of my life. All of our moms accompanied us to the concert. Boy weren’t they in for a surprise with all of those fangirls. We got to the concert probably an hour early and around 45 minutes before the opening act, a band I am also in love with, came out they started to play music videos and commercial type things. So Hannah, Anna, and I knowing that we had plenty of time to go to the bathroom got up and went. So we go and make our way through the obscene amount of teenage girls and go to the bathroom. Well as we were coming out the whole stadium just becomes an uproar of screaming girls. We all look at each other very wide eyed and run to our seats to see what the commotion was about. Well you see, they were playing the One Direction perfume commercial and that caused quite the fuss. So we calmed ourselves down and waited for the concert to start. You should also know that they played that commercial probably 5 more times. You would think that One Direction came out to play every time it happened. Needless to say it was an amazing night that I will remember forever. Thanks mommy and daddy. Love you both.

Getting ready for the concert. 

Preconcert selfie with mommy.
our moms selfie game = strong
 

Walking to the stadium

My mom took a picture of us right when the band came out. As you can see we were all a little more than excited. 
We were all a little bit more than sad when the concert was over. My mom happened to capture the moment we were all sitting on a curb in front of Papa Johns. 
Thanks for reading! 

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