Paul McCartney, Here I Come!
First of all I would like to say thank you to Rhonda Byrne and The Secret Team for all the amazing things they have done. Without The Secret, the world would have been a different place to me and I wouldn’t be here writing this story. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
My story is…well, the title says it all. Paul McCartney is coming to Japan for his “Out There Tour”, and I won two pre-sale tickets for the best seats which were offered ONLY by lottery.
It was a few weeks ago when my dearest boyfriend, who I strongly believe came out of nowhere into my life thanks to The Secret, told me the greatest news: That Paul McCartney is coming to Japan for his new tour.
Going to Paul McCartney’s live concert was one of the dreams I had since I don’t remember when. After thanking my boyfriend for the information, I immediately filled in the forms to apply for the lottery. I had no experience in winning anything this big in any kind of lottery, but instead of worrying about the results, I imagined winning it and felt all the excitement I would feel from head to toe.
Yesterday, as my boyfriend and I finished shopping at the newly-opened Costco which a one minute drive from my place. For a person who used to live in the States and has cravings for all the delicious things that are only available there, this is a dream come true! ;-}
I received an email saying I won!
My boyfriend and I were very happy, too happy to even notice that we should immediately head to the nearest e-ticketing machine to type in the passcode and actually receive the tickets. That’s when you get your seat number, which means the faster you go, the closer you get to the stage.
To make a long story short, we went to the e-ticketing machine at half past 11 pm that day, and our seats happened to be the BEST seats ever. Our seats were in Block A13 which is in the very center of the first row. The stadium is obviously very big so if we had exchanged our seats too soon, we would have ended up in the corner.
Front and center seats at Paul McCartney’s concert. Much more than I ever imagined.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!