5 lessons learned from the 11 year old's birthday party.

1. never underestimate the power of a small group of girls. frankly, it's a tad bit frightening.

2. $2.00 showing of "marley and me" had many, MANY people sobbing loudly at the end. (cue eye rolling by the mother who's a cold-hearted beyotch)

3. $2.00 was two dollars too much to pay for showing of "marley and me". period.

4. having an aunt megan who will make you a soccer cake is more valuable than gold.

5. a single issue of "tiger beat" will entertain 5 adolescent girls for up to 40 minutes.

9 comments:

tiburon said...

OOO that Aunt Megan is a keeper fo shizzle!!

I have a HUGE surprise to tell you about on Saturday.

You will likey.

*KaTiE cLoVeR* said...

i loved that movie! i cried (:

Tiffany said...

So the three puppies I bought for you yesterday should not be delivered? What?

I was like you once. Srsly.

Anonymous said...

I want an Aunt Megan!

Kami said...

who called you a beyotch?! Let's get her! ;)

ps. I love Megan and I don't even know her. :)

Harlene said...

Oh Mindi, I'm not breaking up with you, but Marley and Me? One of my FAVs!

YOur post does remind me of when my Mom hosted my bday party at a showing of Watership Down. Do you remember that cartoon where all the rabbits kill each other? Major girl drama!

SO you wouldn't like me to send Dieter for a visit?

Omgirl said...

Good to know. I thought it looked like stupid movie. But then the press tried to hype it up like it was more than a movie about a bad dog with wussy owners. Sounds Like I was right.

Christie said...

All I know is the dog dies. That is enough to make me not want to see it. And my almost 5 year old lOVES Tiger Beat too. I thought that was more of a 'tween thing, but I suppose not.

R-Eight said...

I love seeing your girls and getting a peek at you life. Is that the same Aunt Meagan we used to send so she wouldn't see or hear waht shenanigans we were planning? Super cute cake!