|En Route to Dublin|
Being in the 3Arena (On the hottest day of the year might I add!) did take its tolls! There was no air conditioning and a few people even fainted from the heat. It was VERY hot and I think even Taylor as the performer was struggling, yet she still managed to put on an amazing show with a smile on her face. Despite the heat, it was so nice to just sit back, let my hair down and have fun! Her dancers and musicians were all so talented and the whole concert pieced together so well.
Watching her concert made me realise she is so much more than the infamously spoilt pop princess which I had always originally assumed. You know, just someone who gets fun from dating guys and breaking up with them just so she has inspiration to write her next song. Although many of her songs are about break ups, many of them are also about magical moments and romance. Some of the things she said in her concert could be seen as simply "filling in time" but it honestly wasn't. She spoke about so many different topics, so briefly yet they meant so much. She spoke about how everyone in the room turns to music during hardship, how we all need to learn to let our worries and painful experiences go every once in a while and just enjoy and live in the moment and how the world would be a better place if we learnt to give straight answers. No more telling others "maybe" or "I don't know". We need to either take the moments we are handed to us with a yes or turn them away with a no, because if we don't make the decision fast enough, those special moments will have past, simply because we let them linger on too long. Looking around the arena, there were so many young girls there with their parents. It made me so pleased that they have an inspiration and role model like Taylor Swift, despite the image the press paint of her, I truly believe she follows some true morals and her confidence is something many girls could find comfort in.
P.S, I want to just send lots of love to all of you who have supported this blog so far, it means so much to me! You are all truly wonderful! x