I was given the Fearless album for my 15th birthday in June 2009, Speak Now for Christmas 2010, and I bought Red and 1989 the second the pre-order became available
It wasn't until 2011 that I started to get into collecting her CDs and going absolutely crazy over merchandise. I think to date, I've bought around 25 CD singles, 20 albums, all 5 LP Vinyls and 6 lithograph posters
This beautiful place is my home city - Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland! There are only 500,000 of us here and that's still 1/10th of the entire Scottish population. There are more people living in London alone than there are in the whole of Scotland. It's not always covered in snow, it's usually covered in dark clouds or heavy rain
I used to be pretty overweight, like 17.5 stone (111kg / 230lbs). That's the same as Homer Simpson. But then I went on a crazy diet between November 2012 and April 2013 and lost about 5 stone, but recently I've started to put a little back on so I'm back to the gym every second day and giving up soft drinks for good! Not chocolate though; hell shall freeze over before I stop eating that
I am a musician myself - albeit not as amazing as Taylor - and anytime I play a gig, I try my best to fit a Taylor song into my setlist, simply because when I write my own music, she is one of the main artists I look to for inspiration. I can play every song from Fearless to 1989 on guitar, and a good chunk of her debut album songs too [biggrin[
STAY FEARLESS Y'ALL!!
Okay, so after waiting several years for Hunter to finally come to the UK, he finished his UK tour last night in Glasgow - and I bought a Coffee House Experience ticket. There were about 50 of us at Coffee House where Hunter came around our tables, signed stuff and answered questions. He seemed so down to earth to talk to, like he was really happy to be here. I can't wait...