Friday, April 10, 2009

Zig Zag cross the floor

In case you haven't heard, this is a super exciting weekend in the world of a preteen girl. Yes...that's right...it's the Hannah Montana movie opening weekend. Yep, we got to "zig zag, cross the floor, shuffle in diagonal." We also witnessed Hannah find a little romance and understand just how hard it is to lead a double life. Poor Miley. How does she handle it?
We got to go with our friends the Littles. Thank you guys for an amazing night! The Hannah music was playing in the car on the way to the theater, there was candy, there was pop and as much Taco Bell as a girl could want. Our purses were stuffed and the girls brought in the dinner.
I was seriously impressed with the sneakiness of the girls...I dare you to find the Taco Bell bag. They were swift, they were sly. Knowing that the movie would be packed on opening night, we were organized and early...ready to wait in line just to get into the theater. When we walked in we were ready for tons of screaming fans...here's what we found.....echo echo..
The one other early mom was on our same time schedule. Tickets bought days in advance..45 minutes early to the theater.
In case you could not recognize us, here is a closer shot. Can you tell that Emily has the perfect Hannah Montana outfit on? We got to sit and eat our Taco Bell. I even had time to walk back to Taco Bell and buy more. The theater did fill up. There were giggles throughout the movie theater when Miley fell off the chicken coop. There were sighs of relief when Hannah got to sing and get her guy. Wait, that might have been just me. Sigh..
The night was all about the girls. We had so much fun. I think Lori was right when she pointed out that we have to grab these nights of hanging out with our girls now. Before we know it, we won't be invited any more.

4 comments:

Lori said...
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Lori said...

Loved it! The night rocked in so many ways.

Louise said...

Fun stuff!! Yay for girls night!

Holly Thatcher said...

So cute! My mom took Emma yesterday, but they didn't take any pictures. That's so true about hanging out together now while we still can!