*So it’s been quite a while since I’ve had the time nor the inspiration to get back into the blogging groove…but like I always say I consider myself a writer, and even when I’m not writing I’m still thinking about writing and making mental notes for when the time comes that I feel like I have something to say.*
So for the past month or so my mom and I have been going crazy planning my graduation party and so we’ve been on the go non-stop. Planning everything from the food menu, to the centerpieces, to the color of the napkins and tablecloths, to the Dj’s playlist, to the seating chart to all the other little annoying necessities.
You know it’s so crazy how you plan and you plan and you plan all for it to be over in 4 hours. But I have to say it was seriously one of the best 4 hours of my life; surrounded by family and friends who actually matter, and who actually wanted to be there to celebrate with me.
My family is psychotic and I don’t think there was ever a moment where the dance floor was left empty haha. Things like that make all the planning and the stressing worth it. And my crazy friends fit right in with my crazy family! It was quite the crowd!
There may have been some hiccups a long the way, but in the end it all turned out well and everyone had an amazing time! I have to say, me and my friends screaming at the top of our lungs to N’SYNC’s “Tearing up my heart” and Taylor Swift’s “22” were definitely some awesome highlights! So was laughing as we all tried to remember how to do the electric slide! Yea I went old school on that one! In fact my entire playlist could probably be described as 5 decades crammed into 4 hours!
I also got to have my DJ play my two cousin’s newest track and had everyone jamming to it, that was really something, to see the two of them so happy to hear something they created, surrounded by a room of people who enjoyed it! In fact no one even knew it was them until all the other cousins started telling the guests and everyone was so surprised! lol…it was a good time for all!
But the most precious and memorable moment was when my cousin asked me to be my niece’s godmother, I was so surprised that I cried! It was such an emotional moment and I am so honored and can’t wait to baptize (and spoil) her! ❤ ❤ ❤
And last but not least there are a few people I needed to thank that made my party happen!… My family, my parents for throwing me this party and my brother for capturing its amazing moments, because of all that I am able to have memories that will last a lifetime.
So end result A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!
And I couldn’t think of a better way to say goodbye to my college years,
then by spending it with the people who matter most to me!
Goodbye College…it’s been real