Thursday, June 30, 2011


If you follow me on Twitter then you’ve probably been consumed by my million and one NKOTBSB Tweets over the past few days. Originally I was going to try to consolidate these posts but as I started writing there was just no way. So here is the First Chapter of the NKOTBSB Saga.

Kandis and I started our Houtson NKOTBSB adventure with a stop at the Harwin Disrict and went to what Virginia lovingly calls the Chinese Mall.

It’s a place where you can find awesome sunglasses like these:


Or a wig AND a Happy Ending….


Remember these hair ties? I LOVED them when I was younger!


$2.99 for a bra? I’ll take 10 please! (Kidding)


O.M.G. Fishnet gloves! It was here that we decided we were going to go ALL OUT for the concert. The heart sunglasses we had bought for everyone just wasn’t going to be enough. We needed these!


When I told Sarah about our purchases and asked if she’d want a scrunchie she replied, “hot plink please.” My response? “Done.”


We got to our hotel and met a very nice man on the skywalk going to the lobby. He took one look at us and said, “I take it you aren’t here for the Senior Games are you?” It turns out that our hotel was the conference hotel for what is basically the Senior Olympics. Awe-some! 30 somethings reliving their childhood dreams and the Senior Games? We knew this trip was going to be fantastic! I told him we were here for the New Kids on the Block concert and he had no idea who they were.

While we were waiting to check in one of the reservation agents asked a group if they were there for the New Kids concert. They had no idea what she was talking about but we were all like, WE ARE! *Hi! We’re 12!”

While we were checking in Kandis was bartering with the reservation agent about an upgrade she had asked for on the website and milking her pregnancy for all it’s worth so we could get some free apps in the Executive Lounge when I decided to also check on a New Kids upgrade just for good measure. Turns out our guy had no idea who they were. I asked him his age and he said 25 so he’s in the right age range. I asked if he had any sisters and he said “no, two brothers.” I almost asked if one was gay because then he really would have NO REASON to not know who they were but held back. It was probably the smart thing to do because an hour later this arrived in our room!


I almost DIED! NKOTBSB must love us!

(please excuse my no makeup face)

We also painted our nails these amazing colors (my faux travel bling. I still haven’t taken my rings in to get fixed!)


Enjoying my NKOTBSB wine while waiting for Sarah and Virginia to get to the hotel.


Oh – did I forget to mention how I accidentally walked through someone’s cocktail hour in this outfit. Cause I did!

Waiting for the show to start!




Our cupholder

The guys actually call this the Penis Stage



Ashlyne Huff opened – we missed most of her show but she was followed by Jordin Sparks.


Then it was time for the Boys!



  1. I am SO JEALOUS!
    I saw just NKOTB in April of 2009 and it was one of the best concerts I've been to. Their energy was amazing.
    And, I hate to admit it, but I follow most of the guys on Twitter and I love hearing what they say about this tour. I'm a nerd.

  2. I am SO jealous! That looks like the ultimate girls weekend! Being a teeny bopper is the best : )

  3. Whit - they were AMAZING! I follow most of them on Twitter too. :)


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