i wasn't joking people. i totally did.
(i stole this picture off natalie norton's blog so dont worry- i didnt draw on her face- that was all her and she looks lovely! haha)
today i am thankful for chances to act like i am a thirteen year old girl again. it's been a while.
we met up at 9PM
we spray painted our shirts
we drove and were giddy
we stood in a long line and were so excited we spontaneously clapped our hands and danced around a little (like a potty training child)
we ran into the theater and talked breathlessly and very seriously about the most strategic way to get great seats for ourselves and those who were meeting up... 8 seats at least total
we then realized we had at least an hour to kill and managed to still remain giddy and 13-year-old like the whole time
we refused to yawn... too much
we cheered like a bunch of girls at a beatles concert when the previews started
we screamed like a bunch of girls at a beatles concert (seriously, the whole theater did for every kiss, funny thing we remembered from the book, and new character being introduced...etc.) when edward finally made his way onto the screen
we overlooked the cheesy moments (ok, we all had to laugh out loud at a few of them) because we were LOVING every second of it
we got home after 3AM
we all have kids to entertain today, but it was so so worth it
how many times do you get to leave the kids at home with trusted babysitters (their dads), be with a bunch of girls, and act like a young girl in love with her teeny bopper crush? it is so so fun. and silly, but mostly just totally fun.