Milestone

 

My brother said the reason why he’s going with me was simply because he doesnt have a girl friend to go with…
 

Aug 21st marked another milestone, for attending the first concert in my life (was it too late? )!!!  I found it difficult to contain my excitement since the day my brother told me that he managed to bid the tickets at a super low price.

 

The entrance. 

 

The lesson learned after the concert: must really survey the layout of the stage beforehand! People who bought the most expensive tickets were not guaranteed of best view.

 

Those at lower tier had the chance to get really up-close with Gwen.

 

Arriana Teoh and Alex Yoong (blocked by the gentleman) were spotted.

 

Huge cheer and ovation went up as Gwen emerged from the back stage and sent everyone seating at Arena A to stand up ON our chairs (on the CHAIR, not floor) and to wave our hands up in the air. The situation went a bit out of control that the staffs had to shine their torchlight row by row, serving as a signal for us to get down from the chairs.

 

Gwen further winded everyone up when she ran off the stage impromptu and headed towards the back of the indoor stadium. I watched with envy as she shook hands with those sitting adjacent to where she stood.

 

Everyone was thrilled!

 

Gwen sang in the midst of the crowd.

 

The concert ended around 11 p.m. My brother and I went home contentedly.

 

I’m the kind of person who need at least 8 hours of slumber per day and yet will still feel persistently sleepy during waking hours. I went to work the next day like a zombie, but for Gwen, it’s worthwhile!  

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3 Responses to “Milestone”


  1. 1 Kathleen August 28, 2007 at 10:01 pm

    when wil be my first concert?  

  2. 2 Cheah August 28, 2007 at 11:11 pm

    Congratz on ur first concert.
    I\’m one of those who haven\’t attend any concert before…when will be my turn? 😦

  3. 3 sc August 29, 2007 at 10:37 am

    haha.. all come over singapore see a-mei la.. her concerts are fantastic!


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