If you had to could you successfully throw your significant other a surprise birthday party?
In the nursing home? I probably could, since he doesn’t have a real hold on what day it is. The hard part would be getting him dressed up…
Been there, done that! My most successful event ever was my husband’s 50th birthday party, in 1990, held at the local theater, where our kids’ band played. He thought he was going to a band concert and after the band played its first number, balloons came down, a sign dropped and people from all areas of his life came sauntering onto the stage. We had a 2-hour roast, followed by a huge pot luck dinner, that was so much fun.
I would never try to top that, though he is so clueless about what goes on around him that surprising him again would be very easy.
I actually did that – maybe 55+ years ago – really surprised him, too. I could probably do it again if I were so inclined – but wouldn’t.
I threw an epic one for his 30th. I’ve thrown quite a few for others, actually.
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