Okay...so first off, Ama, if you see this, don't read. heart emoticon Love you but I don't want to upset you.
Okay, so I got the see The Gazette! So fucking awesome. I can't even put into words the experience; not really. It was beyond everything I could have ever imagined. The line were annoying but we met some really cool people that we will likely never see again. Everyone was polite and nice. People that didn't even know each other were sharing meals and drinks, talking about their hometowns and more all while we waited for them to let us in...while the boys were apparently inside playing on those wheelie things. They were posting videos. [I have a second degree burn now thanks to waiting on you guys to finish playing ;P]
Once we got inside and in the hall, we were able to get a spot RIGHT by the barrier. Everyone was really nice while we waited. People saved spots for others, shifted to let the shorter people up front. We all talked and chatted about everything from Gazette to other bands and more. The boys trolling us too it seemed as they kept turning off the lights and getting us beyond excited only for them to be like...nope. LOL
Once the concert started OMG. I died! Lost my shit completely. Ended up having a MAJOR asthma attack and scared a crap ton of people but what the hell, I didn't need to breathe anyway XD. A friend said she was pretty sure I worried the band too once they noticed, kind of hard to miss with a giant gap in the crowd stopping to check on me. If I did, I'm sorry, but I was having the time of my life and I'd do it all over again in an instant.
Meeting the Gazette in person was more than I could have hoped for. It was only a handshake with each of you, but it was more than I ever thought possible. I am burnt, can barely move, my ribs hurt and so much more, but I would do it again without a second thought.
To those at the concert, I don't know if you'll see this, but if you do, thank you. Several of you, many of you who didn't even know me, stopped to simply see if I was okay. The the women behind me, thank you for trying to help. It is appreciated. To my friends that I was there with, thank you for making sure I didn't simply collapse during the show. I'm pretty sure I would have if it wasn't for the adrenaline. The second that show ended I was on the ground but it was so worth it.
I love you all