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Happy Thursday! Party planning weeeee =)

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Work is going by extra slow today. It went by pretty fast Monday. Everyday so far this week has been slower and then slooowwweer! But of course the nights still go by super fast.

I am trying to plan out my fiance's 30th birthday plans. He doesn't want a big party because our apartment is too small to have everyone over at one time. So instead of having people over for one night.. as of right now I am planning 4 different things. I am going to make different plans for the first week of February - Thursday night, Friday night, Saturday and Saturday night! I know that Saturday we are going to Atlantic City early in the day. For the 3 nights I think Dave & Busters, a Brazilian buffet & then Texas Roadhouse will be good?? I won't have fun at the buffet.. but it isn't for me - it is for him! He mentioned going before, but then knew I didn't want to go so we didn't. At least they have a salad bar there =)

I don't know if I want to tell him the plans or not. I told him to keep all of those nights free hahaha. I am hoping most of our friends will be able to see him at least one of the nights. I am going to invite them back to our place after the events so at least we can relax instead of having a huge party with all of the food. I would like to get some alcohol though - and some mixers for lower calorie drinks too! He said he would be happy if it was just me hanging out with him doing nothing, so I am sure he won't mind if that is the way it turns out =)
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  • KICKINGMYHEELS
    Sounds like a fantastic idea.


    3448 days ago
  • HHB4181
    Wow... 4 nights, that's ambitious! Good for you. Don't tell him - I like what you did by telling him to keep those nights open. That sound really nice. Great job.
    3450 days ago
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