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September 04, 2008

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Kathleen

I am laughing out loud on this one!! I can just see the faces you were getting!

I'm still laughing......

Fran

Now , don't laugh but I had a surprise party for my daughter and got the date wrong. We took her out to dinner and came home only to find no one was there. No "SURPRIZE!" no gifts, no drinks, no cake. Not even a single balloon. Boo-hoo. Everybody came the next night, We had a good laugh, we had a blast and it turned out to be her best party ever, and we all made some very good memories. This is one birthday she'll never forget.

Yup!!! Mom's can be dorky, but I like to think of it as 'computer overload'. Too may things on our minds, and to many pots on the fire. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. You made some wonderful memories today and will be able to laugh about it for years to come. That's what's life all about, makling memories.

Don't worry it's the thought that counts REALLY!!.. Your child knows you love him or her enough to have gone to all the work.

Smiles :c)...Fran

Mary

Too funny! My sides hurt from laughing so hard!

Heather

I like the colors and what a nice way to usher in the new school year. Sounds like they could all use a little more schooling! (Tongue in cheek.)

Nikki

awww!! your such a sweet mommy to do this for them, even if they didnt appriciate it! :) hehe

Hueina - Intensive Care for the Nurturer's Soul

Megan, I LOVE this! Such a sweet idea to help your boys start the 5th grade. Your DH and boys' reactions are so hysterical -- PRICELESS. :)

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