Friday, February 15, 2008

Hoppy Candy

Hoppy candy time! Sorry for the crappy pic!LOL! I worked today and it was dark by the time we got home. Im giving away SEI petals and paisley brads, studio g stamps, a stamp from CTMH, and some yummy ribbon from Ribbons and Bows oh my.
Since Alana's bday was this week and I've been sharing some bday info I thought you could share w/me. Leave me a comment telling me your most memorable bday for either you or your children. I'll go first!LOL! My most memorable bday for me was my 16th! I know no brainer huh!?!!LOL! But seriously my Mom was awesome and rented me and my friends a suite at Comfort Inn (w/a heated indoor pool!!!) We had soooo much fun!!!! I'll NEVER forget that night!
Alana BETTER remeber this bday!LOL! Hannah Montana movie/concert and a My little pony live show we are going to Sunday. I know my pocketbook will always remeber this bday!LOL! Shes so worth it though!!!! I wont be posting again until Monday so I will keep the blog candy open until Tuesday! Have a great weekend. I will be back on Monday to share details from the show!

15 comments:

Allison said...

My best birthday was my 22nd...I had to work but my friends (who were all working too) sent in a clown to serenade me...it was nice to be remembered.

Cathy M said...

Count me in on this yummy candy.
One of my favorite birthdays was for my DH. We did a New Kids on the Block theme at the bowling alley. The family went early and decorated the lanes and the bowling alley put her name on the sign outside. She thought she was the coolest birthday girl ever.
Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Susan said...

Most memorable was my daughter's 8th birthday..it was a surprise party..she spent the night at my mom's and when she came home the next afternoon...the look on her face was priceless...thanks for the chance at your giveaway....

Linda said...

The birthday party I remember the most, was when my daughter turned 9. During one of the games, we had to put a blindfold on each girl and they tried to knock down a pinata. The next day, I found lice in my daughter's hair, so had to call each mother to check their daughter's heads over the next week. It was very embarrassing.
Linda Peterson
craftylin1968@aol.com

Diane Lapointe said...

Thanks for the chance at your yummy hoppy candy!!! My b'day memory was for my brother's 50th party. He is a single dad of 3 handsome boys and the greatest!!!
He's always there when we need him,will take his shirt off his back for anyone. Anyhow,so we got the family together at the cottage and told his boys to bug him to come to the cottage,thank goodness he said yes,cause we we're all waiting for him. He was surpised and so happy,we had so much fun!
Signing kareoke,playing games,eat and be merry!!

Lois Michael said...

My daughters 8th bday was the most memorable. We went to a quaint little tea shop called the Spicery. They dressed up in dresses, plumes, beads, hats and paraded around the other patrons. They made key chains and played old maid & each had different tea cups & were served juice & little finger sandwiches. Fun!

scfranson said...

Every birthday is special to me, I just love having my family around me to celebrate.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

CAKVD said...

Fun candy!!! My fav. birthday was when I turned 21 and was legally able to drink alcohol. It was on Thanksgiving Day. I went downtown to get my first drink at a bar and found them all to be closed. Except one....a biker bar. I walked in, turned around and walked out and went home!
Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

Sharon in NE said...

My daughter's 4th birthday party, I was 7 months pregnant and on my feet when I was suppose to be bed ridden. I was relieved when the party was over, because I was having contractions and ready to deliver my son.

Debby Winters said...

What a great idea for blog candy and great blog candy besides! Thanks!
My most memorable birthday was a sad but touching one. It was my 24th birthday and it was the year my Dad passed away. Dad was laid to rest on November 22 and my birthday was November 24. I had decided not to celebrate it that year as I was just too sad. On the evening of the 24th my doorbell rang and when I opened the door. All my friends were outside with a homemade birthday cake. They said that Dad would not have wanted me to miss my birthday because of him. It just made me realize how lucky I was to have such wonderful friends and such a wonderful Father. I have been blessed. That was 26 years ago this December I still miss him..and yes..do the math..I'll be 50 this year..yuck! :)

Anonymous said...

My most memorable birthday was my oldest sons's first birthday.....was just glad to have him with us since I had almost lost him while I was carrying him!! Thanks for the chance! :o)

Cindy Coffman
cac1957@hotmail.com

Annelies said...

I don't celebrate a lot of birthdays, but my 18th was special. I was in our first year of university and I could invite everyone from secundary school to celebrate my adulthood with lots of beer!

Heather Leech said...

Hi!
Gosh, I'm trying to think about a birthday memory and I'm just coming up blank. I always love everyone else's birthday but hate my own!! My daughter turns 13 in April, so I'm going to have to come up with something pretty special! At least I've got a little bit of time left!
Thanks for a chance at a great prize!
Heather L.

Linda SS said...

I hate my own birthdays, so one of my favorites was my daughter's 11th birthday. A limo took her & about 6 of her friends to the lake where we used to have our boat docked. The girls spent the day riding the boat and swimming.

Neva said...

Sahnnon, I am so glad you have wonderful memories of that day. I tried really hard to make each day special but birhtday's even more so.
I have many bds that really stick out. You may not remember everything about that birthday but what I do remember was you received a pair of $4 earings from your Dad and MIL for your 16th bd. I have spent most of your life trying to overcompensate for him.
Another one is your sisters 1st birthday at Fulwood Park with the babysitter and her kids (wont go there will we.
Your 23rd is definetly the scarest to remember, but 50th was the greatest of all.
Please do not enter me in the blog candy. Just thought I would share some bd memories.