We arrived at the mall about an hour before the start of their appearance, and there was already a crowd forming. I may not have known about these girls a month ago, but I can guarantee the girls waiting around me had. By the time Megan and Liz came out, we were all packed pretty tight.
Seeing and hearing all the excitement for the show made things more fun and built my own excitement in anticipation. It was great listening in on different conversations about the show. I even got to witness a few girls who were meeting in person for the first time. They were just "Twitter friends" before, and knew each other because of Megan and Liz.
Being that we were there so early, my kids were pretty squirrelly. Seriously, they were dragging themselves around on the floor on their bellies. They're 5 and 2, so I couldn't really blame them for being impatient. As soon as the girls came out, though, they had everyone's complete attention. (Huge relief for me because then I could enjoy the show without worrying so much about my kids!) Megan and Liz are fun, personable, and talented. And it really added to the experience to see everyone in the audience singing along. I was honestly sad and disappointed they only did three songs for us. Apparently, I should have been at the Hawthorne the night before to catch their full act. Even my husband was impressed. And I was glad I thought to invite my 17 year old cousin. She drove in from out of town, and I think I can safely say she enjoyed the show.
If you're interested in learning more about Megan and Liz, be sure to check out their website: http://www.meganandliz.com/ and look for their music on iTunes. I really love their song Release You, and G has been asking for In the Shadows Tonight. So much good stuff.
Thanks for the "Sassy Sunday" Megan and Liz!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I am being compensated by Everywhere for writing this post as well as taking part in the event. All views and opinions are my own.