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Rascal Flatts and more...

Kaitlin and I went to the Rascal Flatts concert at Intrust Bank Arena Thursday night. This has become a mother/daughter tradition...

I must say, of all their concerts I've seen, this was probably the best one. The sound was wonderful, and we ended up with SECOND row seats.

First up was Chris Young, he wasn't on long, but I enjoyed him.

Second up was Kellie Pickler. I've liked a few of her songs, and she sounded good too.

Then came RF - lead singer Gary LeVox, along with JoeDoe Rooney (from Picher, Oklahoma) and Kaitlin's favorite - Jay DeMarcus.

I only took a few pictures because my batteries were about dead, but Kaitlin took over 200 photos! She narrowed them down to about 160. Here are some of the best:

Kaleb came home on Friday and went camping with some friends. He was back late yesterday afternoon, so we went out to Abuelo's for dinner:

and of course I had to have a yummy margarita

Today I'm busy doing my normal Sunday chores - paying bills and doing laundry. We went to Sam's to pick up a few things and spent over $100. You can't go to Sam's and spend less than that - at least WE can't!



Lenore said…
Second row! WOW!!
Linda said…
she's in the fan club and they only sell 100 tix per show. She was online the minute they became available, but you never know where your seats are because you can't pick them up until the evening of the concert. She was pretty thrilled!

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