Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Delinquent Party Planner, I Am

**Edited Because of My Stupidity****
Somehow, I published the previous entry at 5 this a.m. when I clearly should've been sleeping. 

Here's the edited post (which does not promise any greater level of excitement than the other one):
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Hey Friends,

I have so much to blog about lately, but I've been swamped. I even went to Wal-Mart yesterday for the first time in over a year, if that speaks to my level of desperation in any way.

Regardless, here is my shopping list:

green M&M's
red M&M's
brown fabric
Pirouettes
rope
Han Solo (2)
marshmallows
orange food coloring
gift bags
large labels
Sprite
Hawaiian Punch
Orange Soda
black tablecloth
Mustafar Panning Droid
gold vellum

In case you haven't guessed by now, I'm finally throwing together Jackson's 6th Star Wars Birthday Party.

By my sketchy calculations, it's only seven weeks after the actual birth date. And those seven weeks haven't exactly been chock-full of party planning madness.

That started yesterday.

And the party is Friday.

(In your best Yoda voice:)
"Poor time management issues, you have?"

So, to combat my slackerdom, I started off the day going to Sportsmania with Lilly.

Then we went to the pool.

And I just built the kids a pool cabana in the family room. (Hey, they can dream.)

Focus and determination are two of my strongest character traits. Can't you tell?

But I really do have things to do.

Like print off Jedi Training Certifications.

And freezing Han Solo in carbonite.

And using The Force to clean my entire house.

Or at least thinking about cleaning.

And then I shall rest from all the activity.

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2 comments:

thin lizzie said...

coley,
i'm so glad you published this "corrected version" because i thought the prior one was really random and you must be super busy to post your long 3 item shopping list :) hope you all are doing well, and i look forward to pics of the party.
love, liz

Holly said...

you dont have to lie about going to Wal-Mart once a year Nicole, we still love you Wal-Mart Shopper.