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My husband and I are of the old school when it comes to music. We love “good” music but truly enjoy seeing our favorite artists live and in person. We recently had the opportunity to see my favorite country music artist, Garth Brooks, in concert.
As you know date nights are important to us but when we are able to enjoy a night of good music, singing off key, and our favorite artist, that means the night will be PERFECT!
Look, I’ve been a Garth Brooks fan for about 25 years! I’ve never had the opportunity to see in person, so just know when the hubby said we are going, I was happy happy happy! So I went out and found the perfect fabric to make me a swing dress + I had the cutest knee high boots.
Look, I was like a kid on Christmas morning. I had my husband with me and was seeing my favorite country music singer…the night was perfect.
We danced. We sang. We danced some more.
I enjoyed watching my husband be truly introduced to Garth Brooks & Tricia Yearwood. Oh let’s not even talk about me being able to sing the infamous third stanza of Friends in Low Places with Garth Brooks.
Y’all just do not understand how much fun we had that night! This was such a memorable night.
See this is what happened at date night: we sung, we ate, we danced up a storm, and of course, we sweated. Let me tell you something, I wasn’t worried about sweating at all – even in my newly made swing dress! I kept right on dancing, knowing that the hubby uses Tide PODS™ when he washes our clothes. Those little small but powerful pods laundry pacs are more concentrated than liquid and make it easy for the hubby to keep our best clothes cleaned. So I partied hard at the concert, with no worries about my clothes since Tide PODS™ are good at getting out those tough odors.
I was too excited about seeing Garth. I was hoarse by the time we left the concert! I went home on a Garth Brooks high!
That night, I realized how important it is to introduce our spouses to the things and people we enjoy. My husband wasn’t a country music listener before he met me. Had I hid that part of my life, we would have missed out on this perfect night.
It’s the small things that are the most powerful! Don’t get stuck into only using or viewing the things you are comfortable with and miss out on the opportunity to try new things.
The date night ended well. There is absolutely nothing like hearing live music with the one you love. We went out to eat afterward the concert still singing, dancing and enjoying each other’s company.
The perfect night: me + the hubby + Garth Brooks!
Summer of Dates are in full effect: When was the last time you and your spouse enjoyed a live music date night?