Today we went to free story time at Town Square where we danced around with Frosty the Snowman while playing with bubbles and eating sugar cookies and candy canes. Frosty’s assistant even made balloon animals to give to the kids. I was really impressed. We even waited in line to sit on Santa’s lap. That didn’t go too bad, but Mikey froze and completely was speechless when it came time to tell Santa what he wanted. Poor Santa had to guess a bunch of times while Mikey nodded and shook his head in attempts to get Santa to say “Geo Trax”. We’ll hopefully make another stop before Christmas to visit the jolly man and get our wish list vocalized.
Later at home Mikey made quite the profound statement about his observations today.
Mikey: I think Frosty lives in the bathroom.
Me: What? Why do you think that?
Mikey: Because Frosty went into the bathroom after story time so I think that’s his home.
Me: Maybe Frosty needed to go potty.
Mikey: No, Frosty didn’t have any private parts. I don’t think snowmen have any private parts, mom!
Me: (trying to hold laughter in) Oh, okay!
Ha ha not my blog just yet, just the NEW MOON premiere last night! I’m talking 81 people in a private theatre all to ourselves with our potluck, soda and drinks and NO screaming little teenagers to ruin our fun.
The process started months ago to get a large enough crowd to rent out a theatre at the Rave at Town Square, but since it’s New Moon we’re talking about, the group was actually split between 2 theatres since we were so big.
The movie- loved it! The company was fabulous and we weren’t even sardines in the theatre like I thought we would be. I am slowly becoming more of a Team Jacob fan than Edward, wow!
We had so much fun kicking out the non private party goers and just being in such great company. We had soccer moms and UMC nurses with a mix of Mike’s hs friends and all my church gals there to celebrate and party with at 11pm and then the movie started right on time at midnight.
Just a note that #3 is coming out next July so start planning now to get your group of gals together and come join our private party next year. I think we’ll top 100 people next time which is very exciting to me. Food storage and event planning- all part of my resume of fun times!