Saturday, July 4, 2009
surprise party for madre!
Let me start out by saying how wonderful my mother is. She has always been there for me and has always supported me in all the stupid crap i do, she just insists that i wear a helmet. haha. Next week is my moms 45th bday, i know pretty young to have a 24 and 26 year old kids, another reason she is so amazing. My fantastic sister came up with the idea of throwing a surprise party for her and I quickly agreed. My mom has always been the party thrower, I cant remember the last time we had a party for her, sad right. We quickly rectified this by me, being the sneaky snake that i am jacked a few phone numbers from moms phone, and we were off to a great start. My sister pretty much spear headed this thing, i just sat back and looked good. So, this week has been so hectic because sister and i have had to lie to mom like crazy to get this baby goin. The setup is that her and her friends are goin to dinner and their friday night singles dance, like usual. Little did she know we were lying in wait for her to show up. It was great because my grandparents drove up from Glendale, UT just for the party and my uncle brian and his family came done from Draper. As well as a bunch of her friends ditching the dance all for her, and from what i hear these singles dances are pretty much a big deal, everyone goes. so, to get the turn out we did just shows me how much these people love my mom because of who she is and how charitable she is, my mom has always been one of the first to go out of her way to help someone in need and to just show that she cares for everyone. She has always been a great example to me. Well, back to the party, we just had some hamburgers and hot dogs to cook up and everyone brought drinks and sides. It turned out great, everyone had a good time. Also, a noteworthy thing is that if you could have seen the look on her face i thought she was gonna faint she just stood there with this look on her face like "What the, how the?" it was funny. anyways i better wrap this up. Love you Ma!