Monday, February 25, 2008

Super Funnest Weekend Ever!

The concert was the best...I was a bit excited, but after I saw them, I am hooked... Really, if I was a teenage girl, I too would be crazy over these boys....as all 12,000 of them were at the concert! We definitely needed earplugs, not for the concert noise, but for the screaming girls!!! The music was great, and the atmosphere was amazing to say the least.



These are Stephanie's fabulous Jonas Mosaic Shoes... Really, I could have sold a million ok maybe 30 pair of these at the concert...I wish I would have had the lady's card because everyone was stopping Stephanie to ask, "Hey! Where'd you get those shoes?" Their pants were a hit too... There were quite a few parents there escorting their crazy young girls to the concert...some had earplugs, some sat out in the hall reading, some (like me) sang and danced along. During the concert, when I saw what a great time my girls were having...it made all the hard work I do worth while. It made me feel very proud that I could provide them with such an 'over the top' experience. Stephanie's friend Jordan came along with us. She is such a neat girl. She went to Florida with us last year, and I hadn't seen her since then, so it was nice to have her with us. Kristina had a great time too as evidenced by the ear to ear grin (with the green glowing earrings) and the enormous eyes! I won't go into the pricetag on this event, but the experience was... priceless.



Friday came and went and Saturday morning brought my last class. I hurried home after school and headed to the mall with the whole family. We haven't done that in such a long time! Kevin and Brennan had gone to the mall on Friday night (odd isn't it) and Kevin ordered him an airbrushed Narato shirt...that had to be picked up on Saturday. I'll have to put up a picture of him in his cool new shirt...we got Nina some new desperately needed shoes, and I was glad that I got her new baby phat shoes for more than 50% off. She also got some polka dotted converse that are really cute...after a bit of shopping and looking at new cars (since the car show was there) we stopped in the food court for my favorite of all time...terayaki chicken...yummmmm!!!
Sunday, we headed to church and as Brennan was off to his tournament, the girls and I went to pick up Zoe, Jason, and Ethan for a fun day at Sopora... During this event...I did observe this fashion don't that I'd like to share with you...
I can't really comment on that look. After Sopora we went for pizza at Happy Joe's. Stephanie made the kids lots of origami out of the placemats. Jason really loved his bird...
videoWhile we were eating, the boys decided to lift their shirts and show off their chests. I told them, that I don't lift my shirt cuz they'd see my fat rolls...Jason said, yeah and your boobs! To which Ethan replied....Gross! Gee, good thing I'm not the sensitive type! Despite their craziness, we had so much fun. I REALLY can't wait for spring when we can picnic outside again. They were begging me to go on a 'chicken leg picnic' the other day when it was 5 below...I said, the very first 70 degree day...you're on!



Finally, when we picked up Jason & Zoe, I commented that I was so glad to see that they had their lights up still, (they were off of course) because really it has just been too cold, snowy, rainy, icy etc. to take them down. Mark and Angie said, yeah, we're hoping no one notices... So....when we pulled up and saw this...

I nearly wet my pants! I thought for sure Mark had turned them on to mock me...(as is his sense of humor) -- but when Angie answered the door and the look of horror came over her face when I told her they were on....I knew there could only be one explanation... Jason yelled, (I did it! I did it!) Evidently, he had plugged them in before we left and the automatic timer turned them on at dusk! I'm pretty sure, everyone noticed them now!!

Until next time...









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