As some of you know, I have started this project called #findme.
I reblog concert outfits and posters and add #findme with the city hashtag they are going to. I have created a separate page on my blog entirely for this project: #findme
It was going really well in the first few weeks after I launched the project but it kinda died down. Not much people were reblogging my post saying that I’m doing this project. It’s not really big. I’m 100% Taylor Nation and especially taylorswift doesn’t know about this project. I’ve lost motivation.
I want Swifties to have an amazing time at their concerts, get upgraded seats and maybe meet Taylor, that’s the whole point of this project but.. I really don’t know how to put it in words. This project isn’t out there enough.
If this is on your dashboard, 60% will scroll pass this
40% will keep reading but only 5% will reblog my posts. If you are those people, thank you so much <3
As much as I want to continue this project, I don’t think I can’t because like what I said, I dont have motivation. If this gets 500 notes, UPDATE: 1000 (no one is reblogging the #findme post when I reblog it I will 100% continue this project
HI GUYS!! I’m seeing Taylor July 19th in Chicago at Soldier Field in Section V Row 18 Seat 3 and I AM SO EXCITED. I’ve never been able to see her live before due to expense and timing and wasn’t planning on this year until I made a split decision about a month ago to not give up until I made work for this era. I’m traveling alone to Chicago from St. Paul, Minnesota where I’ll start out dancing on my own but hopefully meet some of you guys along the way :) Feel free to come up and say hi! Thank you so much for welcoming me into this tumblrverse and for the 500 people who follow me whom I love so much.
My costume started as a plain white dress that I painted with the lyrics from each song on 1989 as well as some to Long Live which is my favorite song of yours. JUST ADDED my purple lights to it so it is officially done! When everything is turned on it will have the rainbow flashing lights and the purple all at once!
Taylor, I remember when my friend made me listen to Tim McGraw all those years ago and I’m so grateful because being apart of your life has made me a better, happier, stronger and more passionate person. Just to be in the same vicinity as you will make my summer and the process of making the outfit and meeting new people on here has been amazing and is all because of you. I love you lots, and I will see you in one week ♥
I will be going to the Night 2 DC show on July 14th!!!
Over all, my poster and shirt took about 12-14 hours of work. (My camera can’t pick it up, but the letters on my sign glow in the dark!) Shoutout to my mom for putting up with my trips to Michael’s.
Okay, time for the sappy part.
Taylor, you have helped me so much. I know everybody says that, so I guess I’m not very original. When I was younger, you were my favorite singer, you still are, but back then, it didn’t mean that much to me. But, as I’ve grown, your music has helped me more and more. The bullying and exclusion started in about 3rd grade. I wasn’t as skinny and quiet-spoken as other girls. I always voiced my opinion, which I later found out wasn’t very “lady-like”. But, this year, enough was enough. I had gone too long letting these girls put me down day by day. But, I realized yelling and fighting wasn’t the answer. I realized, that I’ll be off doing amazing fun things, and all they’re ever gonna be is mean. So, I sang that to them at my school’s talent show this year. Funny enough, I got compliments on my performance of “mean” from the same girls who made fun of me.
This year has been especially hard for me. I discovered that all my horrible thoughts and feelings were caused by something called GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder). It didn’t help that my family refused to realize how horribly I was doing. But, because of the new friends I’ve made recently, I got through it. I still have a ton of anxiety problems, but your music and my friends have helped me.
Songs that have helped me the most through hard times (some of these are a bit obscure, but they still helped)
Mean, Never Grow Up, Clean, Teardrops on My Guitar, Bad Blood, Better Than Revenge, Shake It Off, Treacherous, Sad Beautiful Tragic, Dear John, Cold As You, A Place In This World, A Perfectly Good Heart
Thank you for reading this far, and thank you even if you didn’t. I hope you have an enchanted day.
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I’m Julia, and I know that there’s hundreds of these long posts out there, but hear me out.
I love you so much. For me, these words are really hard to tell people. I’ve had friends stab me in the back, and I’ve been played by a guy that I thought cared about me. “I love you” is something reserved for my very close friends and family. But Taylor, I love you so much. You have done so much for me. When I was younger, I was a very LOUD child. I would sing all day and night, and eventually my parents figured out that the only way to get me to stop singing, is if I could find somebody to listen to. My sister introduced me to your music and I got hooked. To me, you’ve always been like a friend that I can turn to, if I’m upset about something, or just happy and wanting something to dance to with friends. Your music not only connects with me, but it helps me. Your songs give me so much support, it kills me to know that you help me so much and you don’t even know me. I’ve always been criticized for being who I am, and for being so outspoken, and, well, loud! I’ve had girls snicker at me and exclude me from their lunch table. Believe it or not, being excluded and ignored is even worse then being teased. This past year, I’ve made some really good friends who I can actually rely on and I know won’t hurt me. They’ve helped me so much, that I decided to stand up to those girls who hurt me. But not in a way you would think. I’m a bit scared of telling people negative things to their faces, so in my school’s talent show, I sang “Mean” with my best friend playing guitar on stage with me. I was so nervous I felt like I was going to barf, but once I got out there, I fell in love with the stage, and the crowd. Thank you for being such an inspiration and thank you for giving me the guts to stand up to the girls who made my life hell. You have given me so much and let me know that no matter how much it sees like I’m alone, I never am.
(Ps. I will be at the 1989 concert in National’s Park on July 14th in