So after waiting about 45 minutes I get a call from our friend who has been in line since 4pm and says I CAN SEE THE DOOR! but I am still about 75 people back and they are running late. They won't be here for another hour and a half but they say they will see everyone. At this point we are 100's of people back. I mean like hours. They send some poor cop to the end of the line and have him turning people away as it is getting too big.
Explain this to a 7 year old who is freezing and standing on the side of Route 6 for an hour.
My heart broke for her as she started to cry. Then to make it worse she says the kids at school called her a liar and didn't believe she was going to see Big Time Rush so now she had no proof. Some kids are such jerks. I told her be tough and tell them we stayed until the Cops threw us out!!!She did not find this funny. I know the kid too, his family could not have provided him with such a trip. I guess that is their defense mechanism but I hate that it is at my daughters expense.I have a lot to learn about the upcoming teenage years.
So I could not just take her home. Mama's heart was aching for her. We went to the Mall and it turned out to be a great time. She bought a beautiful dress for a Baptism we have this weekend and some lip gloss to go with it. We giggled over nachos and I learned alot more about her way of thinking.
She wants me to fall in love. How sweet! Until she follows that up with because maybe I won't holler so much. So I holler alot? Yeah. I promised to work on that for her.
We were home late, to the point where she just needed to rest her eyes a bit in the car. Of course the little one was awake when we got home as well because she never goes to bed alone.
This lead to a running late day for us all but it was worth it. It is always an adventure in our life.