Saturday, April 30, 2011

This Hat Is Giving Me A "Royal" Headache

     I am not a real fashion sense kind of girl.  I know what I like, but I don't keep up with trends or have to go get the latest styles.  T-shirts, jeans, or sweats is more my style!  If it isn't comfortable, you won't see me wear it often.  It is interesting, though, seeing the fashions from the Royal Wedding.  I am not a big hat person either!  If I have a bad hair day, I use a headband.  I don't think I have ever looked right in a hat at all!  So, if for some reason I had gotten invited to the big wedding and had to wear one of those hats, I would have had to either RSVP'd I wouldn't be attending, or gotten really drunk to show up in one of those art pieces the women wore.  I hope the seats were somewhat elevated like in the movie theater or anyone past the first row didn't see a thing over all the hats.  Here are photos of a few:

                           I would have felt lopsided with this one all day.


                          Anybody missing a satellite dish?

                           You don't want to be standing in front of  her if she bends over.

                      It's always nice to have a weapon at the Royal Wedding.

         These girls must have taken my cue.  They MUST be drunk.
         The one on the right is just disturbing.

                        There is such a thing as being TOO color coordinated.

                     "Just don't talk to me.  I have a headache and it hurts to turn my head."


                     Must be more drunk girls on the prowl for Harry.

     It was a really sweet wedding though.  I liked the comments William made to Kate when she made it down to him.  It is tradition for him to not look at her until she gets to him. He just seems like such a normal person in such a fairy tale world.  I really like her too.  I hope she doesn't have all the heartache Princess Di had.  I think she is off to a much better start because Prince William seems to be a wonderful, considerate man.  He seems a lot more like his mother than father.  I hope they let her be who she is.  That is who William fell in love with and she seems just fine the way she is.  I am confused though, why she will now be Catherine.  I don't know how many people will call her that since she has been known as Kate for so long.  I hope this isn't a sign of the Queen already trying to change her.  She will seem so much more relatable going by Kate than the proper Catherine.  Princess Diana was referred to so many times at Princess Di.  I don't think the Catherine thing will work much for the media.

     Her dress was beautiful.  I loved the lace and the style.  I am glad she wore a more modern look.  The V-neck probably had to be approved by the Queen, but she is a young girl and if she had been marrying anyone else she would have probably wanted a neckline like that.  I am glad she didn't look too "proper".

     All "Royalness" aside, they are a young couple starting a new life together.  I don't think I am alone in praying for the best for the two of them.  I am sure it is something that just I can see, but I am partial to William because he reminds me of my brother.  I may be the only one who sees the similarity in looks, but there are other things in character and personality that when I see Prince William in the media it reminds me of my sweet brother, Ty.  

                                         He is such a great dad!
                                        (My twin nephews.)

                                               Ty with my sweet niece.

                           Ty, and my sister in law, Bethany. 
                           (Maybe there is a little resemblance in her and Kate!)

Friday, April 29, 2011

Friday Fun Thoughts

I am not a morning person AT ALL.  I rode behind this truck for a while this morning and I just don't get advertising sometimes.  Does this slogan seem strange to you?  I know what they mean by it, but it just looks all kind of ways WRONG!


Just in case you can't read the slogan, here it is again.


A few other thought provoking ideas.  It's Friday so "fun" thinking is the only thinking that should be allowed!

Can you be a closet claustrophobic?

Why does Hawaii have interstate highways?

If nothing ever sticks to Teflon, how do they make Teflon stick to the pan?

If the police arrest a mime, do they tell him he has the right to remain silent?

What hair color do they put on the driver's licenses of bald men?

What was the best thing before sliced bread?

What are Preparation A through Preparation G?

In a country of free speech, why are there phone bills?

How come there aren't B batteries?

Before they invented drawing boards, what did they go back to?

Why do they put Braille on the drive through bank machines?

If you get cheated by the Better Business Bureau, who do you complain to?

If the #2 pencil is so popular, why is it still #2?

How do they get the deer to cross at that yellow road sign?

Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?

Why do tourists go to the tops of tall buildings and then put money into telescopes so they can see things on the ground close-up?

Why is it that bullets ricochet off of Superman's chest, but he ducks when the gun is thrown at him?

When your pet bird sees you reading the newspaper, does he wonder why you're just sitting there, staring at carpeting?

What happened to the first 6 "ups"?


Thursday, April 28, 2011

God Is The Only Real Weatherman

     I don't know what to say today but, God, please bless those who lost loved ones and/or their homes in the storms last night. 

     I am not fond of thunderstorms at all.  My niece, Skylar, (the one that is named after me and a whole lot like me) is terrified of them too.  It's not a pretty little Spring rain watering all the new flowers when it destroys all that is in its path.  I have to believe God is trying to get our attention lately.  We have had so many "natural" disasters, but I think God is trying to tell us something.......BEHAVE AND BE GOOD TO EACH OTHER!

     My sister's mother in law was with my niece one day when there was a bad thunderstorm and Skylar must have freaked on her, but her response (a really good one) was, "Angels are just moving furniture in heaven."  I had heard angels are bowling, but this must have made more sense because Skylar later repeated it to us.

     I think all of these natural disasters are God's way of showing us who really is in control.  We have so much media and ways of knowing what is going on right now anywhere on earth, but we can't control earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, and hurricanes.  I was in Daytona Beach one year and we had a really bad storm come up one afternoon.  I was inside and saw lightning strike the ocean.  It was an eerie sight.

     All of the men in my family have always golfed and have always been aware of how fast lightning can occur, especially when out on a golf course, surrounded by trees, and holding a metal stick.  I think I have always been so scared of it because I was always told it can happen so suddenly.  My dad has always said, "you better get out of the pool, off the beach, or go back inside because lightning can come out of that cloud."  I guess all those years golfing he has learned what clouds look dangerous.

     That's the thing about the weather.  We have all this new technology and we can predict what might happen, but only God knows what WILL happen.  It seems funny to me now the way the meteorologists on tv talk about thunderstorms.  For as long as I can remember, a tornado watch meant the conditions are right for a tornado.  A tornado warning meant that an actual tornado had been spotted.  Now, they have models, computers, numbers, and radars that are supposed to tell us exactly where and when there is a tornado, but they don't.  We have ways of being much more informed and alerted a lot more quickly, but as much as I love Ken Cook (long time local meteorologist) and trust his forecasts, not even he knows exactly when and where disaster is going to occur.

     A lot has happened around the world lately with disastrous events.  The last time I looked, the number of deaths that occured because of these storms is up to a number like that of an airplane crashing killing so many.  I think we need to pay attention and change some things or God is only going to "talk" louder and louder.  In the end, He is the boss and we better start paying attention.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

False Advertisement?

Let's play a game.  Do you see anything that looks the same?

Ok, see anything the same here as above?

If you guessed that they are the same BEAUTIFUL girl, you are right.  ALTHOUGH, the top 2 pictures are ads for Boston Proper magazine.  Have you ever seen their magazine?  It would work better on my fridge than a lock and chain. 

The bottom 2 pictures are from Roamans, a plus size magazine.  Now, where in this twisted universe is that at all fair?????

I don't know who this girl is, but she is beautiful and she stands out in both magazines, but it is ridiculous to have her model for two extremely different magazines. 

Can this be considered false advertisment?  Or, visual abuse?

Monday, April 25, 2011

Just Wondering

I would really like to know how many accidents a day are caused by sneezing attacks, because I just had one driving and dang near killed myself.  You might as well be blindfolded for a good 2 seconds at least and a lot can happen in that time. 

Seriously, I bet allergies are to blame for a lot of accidents.  The obvious is the medications you take for them.  You might as well be driving drunk on some of those pills.  I love it when the dry, itchy throat thing happens and you can't find your water bottle.  ANOTHER driving accident waiting to happen.

I have a simple solution......  We all just stay home until allergy season is over!  (It's not realistic, but it may take til next winter to get all the antihistamines out of our systems!

                 This could be the official allergy season sign.   Looks like whoever put it up took their medication!

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Who is Sam Hill?

Who is Sam Hill and why do I blame him for everything?

One of my boys walks behind the other and pops him on the head...."What in the Sam Hill did you do that for?"

TV messes  up......"What in the Sam Hill is wrong now?"

I don't like American Idol results...."Why in the Sam Hill is that person still here?"

One of the kids mumbles under his breath...."What in the Sam Hill did you say?"

A driver blows his horn at me........."What in the Sam Hill is YOUR problem?"  (Ok, sometimes that isn't ALL I say.)

You get the idea.  Who in the Sam Hill is this person and why have I been blaming him all this time?!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Fight Fair

     We are so blessed with all the sweet kids we have.  We are a little outnumbered.  Five parents against 11 kids, but we all pitch in and it's like each kids has five parents.  We had a really good time at my nephew's birthday party last night.  The kids have such a good time being together.  It is funny though, because they are around each other so much and they really get along with each other, but if they ever do have little fusses it is more like brother and sister fusses than cousins.  Some of them are so much a like they are more like brother and sister than cousins.   If you put them all together and didn't know which ones are siblings you probably couldn't figure out who belongs to each other.  Except for the twins.  They are fraternal and couldn't be more different, but they are the only ones with brown eyes.  Everybody else has blue, even their sister!

     I have my little "fusses" with my 19 month old niece, Sadie.  She is little, but she gives looks like an adult.  You can tell exactly what she thinks of you by her looks.  Don't get me wrong, she is very sweet and loving, but if she chooses to have nothing to do with you, she makes it clear.  Some days she loves me, and some days she does not.  Yesterday, was a does not day.  This is when I really aggravate her and get in her face, but it doesn't make her love me any more.  In fact, her solution is to remove me from her personal space.  And by that, I mean she whacks me in the face.  She is really fast too, you don't have time to see it coming.  In her defense, I should probably just move away from her and leave her alone, but that's just no fun at all! 

     Well, after a few attempts of her trying to get her personal space back, I don't know why I did it, but I decided to get her back.  My daughter, Sydney, was holding her at the time.  I just, VERY EASILY, took the palm of my hand, put it on her forehead, and pushed JUST a little.  I barely did it all, I do love her.  She put one hand over her face for a couple of seconds, then looked up at me as if to say "touche", and gave me the best loving she has given me in a long time.  I, of course, won't do this again to get her attention, but she doesn't know that!  Maybe from now on when she has the love me not days, I should just find another kid to aggravate.  Lord knows we have enough to pick from!

Friday, April 22, 2011

Macalister's Birthday

Today is my sweet little nephew's birthday.  Macalister is 4 today.  He is PRECIOUS!  I am close to all my niece and nephews, but I am particularly close to him.  When he was about 5 weeks old, his 2 year old sister at the time, scared us to death.  She had a series of seizures in one day that almost took her from us.  We really thought we lost her that day.  I don't ever want to feel like that again and I don't want to ever see my sister that scared again.  She is okay now, but it was a really rough couples of weeks when it all happened.  I spent even more than normal time with Macalister because he was a newborn and Skylar was in the hospital for a few days.  She ended up getting her tonsils and adenoids taken out.  They were blocking her breathing and, at that time, they thought it might have triggered the seizures so it was kind of an emergency surgery.  I was there at the hospital with my sister while Skylar was in surgery and I held Macalister from the time my sister went back with Skylar until she was out of surgery and my sister could go back and check on her.  She had several dr.s visits after that so I was with Macalister a lot.

We have just kind of had a special little bond since then.  When he was learning everbody's names and starting to say them, I, of course, wanted him to say mine.  He likes to tease me because he knows he can and he knows I won't get mad at him at all.  I kept trying to get him to say my name and every time he would say "Birthday!"  I knew he was smart, but he showed us just how smart he is.  I, on the other hand, have lost a few brain cells from having 3 kids too close together and the 2 years I spent at the University of Georgia, so it took me a few times to catch on.  We had just had a birthday, we have so many kids somebody is ALWAYS having a birthday, so I didn't realize what he was doing at first then it hit me.........His birthday is in April.  I can see where he would be confused with my name being April, the same as his birth month!  Then, just to tease me, he kept calling me the wrong name.  I started calling him Skylar and it didn't take him long to quit teasing me and he has called me the right name since!

He is really into Power Rangers right now.  They are a lot more limited in toys for it now than when my son loved them a few years ago.  I am the only one giving him Power Ranger toys today so I think he will love me even more after opening his gifts.

     You can't see his sweet little face, but I love this picture.  He gives me the best hugs and kisses!

     I am not a computer wizard AT ALL.  You really have to watch those youtube videos.  He was at my house a few weeks ago and I was on my computer and he wanted to play on it so we looked up Power Ranger clips from their show on youtube.  Well.... the first 2 or 3 were fine, but I clicked on one and it was the show but not their voices.  It had some guys saying REALLY bad words and of course I couldn't turn it off fast enough.  I am just waiting for the day he is playing at home, in his little Power Ranger world, fighting an imaginary person and says "take this M.... F....."  NOT GOOD!  I have somehow managed to "forget" to tell my sister that happened.  If you are reading this, sorry, Amanda!  I am sure something like that has happened with her and one of mine at some time that I don't know about. 

     Speaking of computers, he cracks me up calling his dad's computer the "pooter."  I went over one day to show my sister something and he informed me, "my daddy's pooter doesn't work." 

Happy Birthday, my sweet Macalister!

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Holy Week Cookies


     I have a link to a blog I love to read.  If you are looking for something to do with kids for Easter instead of just coloring Easter eggs, this is a GREAT idea!  Click for the recipe to Holy Week Cookies.  Not only do the cookies look delicious, but this is such a good, creative way to tell the story of Easter and Jesus.  If any of you try this, please let me know how it went.





Wednesday, April 20, 2011

It's Easter Time!

     We have a lot of mourning doves around my house.  I have a door and a small porch off of a sunroom and this is about the 5th year we have had doves nest on the top of the columns on the porch.  It is a lot of fun to watch.  We have a transom window above the door so we can stand in the sunroom and clearly see the nest and what is going on.  After the chicks are born and the family moves out of the nest, about three weeks later either that same mommy and daddy dove come back or another couple take the nest and have another round of chicks.  The second time they do look a little different, but maybe the mama didn't have time to get rid of the baby weight from the first brood.  (haha) 

     We have gotten where we are used to them coming back every year and look forward to it.  The columns they nest on are white and they make a total mess out of them and on the porch, but we just leave them alone and let them do what God put them here to do.

     I have been hearing a sound for over a year and it has bugged me to death not knowing what it is.  I hear it off and on during the day, and sometimes night, but can't see where or what it is coming from.  It sounds like a coo,woo,ooo,ooo owl type of sound, but I hear it a lot during the day.  I was looking up to see what the doves were called and I was just interested in them in general, and found they are what is making that sound.  It is a mating call.  (I guess it works since I have two rounds of chicks that I know of.  I think we have another nest in a tree by the garage, but it is hard to see now with all of the leaves.)  These are really pretty, and interesting birds.

     It's funny how we just get used to things and almost expect them to happen.  I have been looking for the birds because I knew it was time for them.  We do enjoy them and don't really take for granted that they are there.  My nieces and nephews like to see them too.  We watch and wait for the babies and then before long, they are gone.  The second round isn't as interesting as the first, but I still look when passing by the window.

     It's kind of funny that they symbolize peace and they arrive at the time things are so crazy and hectic getting towards the end of school.  They are very peaceful looking.  I always take a second to stop and look at them.  I can't stop and smell the roses because of my allergies, but I can stop and watch the birds!

     I am not a person who likes change so it is comforting when things like this occur time and time again.  We are getting ready for Easter this weekend.  It is really late this year, but all the signs of Spring are here and we know it is Easter time.   It is special that the doves appear at this time.  It makes me think of Jesus' Baptism.  Some of the symbolism with doves are peace, love, and the Holy Spirit. This is an image I think of with doves and Jesus.  The doves, to me, also symbolize rebirth and a new beginning, just as Jesus was resurrected, in Spring there is new growth and a new beginning after a long "dead" winter.




      We all have our traditions and things we do for Easter.  Sometimes, we don't really think about it but just do what we always do at this time of year because that is the way it has always been done.  In those traditions, we stop and focus on what Easter really means.  We always know that Jesus suffered and died for us, but it is this time of the year that we really think about it and what it means.  The bloodstone beads I have are a reminder.  The history behind them are that of the crucifixion and Jesus' blood.  When I look at them, the red does look like splattered blood,  I hold them in my hand and think about the ground beneath Jesus and that his blood did splatter as he suffered for us.

     It's like the first round of baby chicks, I watch them closely, and pay a lot of attention to them.  After that, I know the second round is there and it is just as special as the first, but I don't pay as much attention.  I focus so much on what Jesus did for us at Easter, and even though I know it the rest of the year, I don't seem to "pay as much attention" the rest of the time as I should.  Just like the birds give me a sense of peace as I pass by, knowing what Jesus did for us and that we are always loved and forgiven because of it, gives me a great sense of peace. 

     I always leave their nest alone.  I know they will be back and I don't want to bother anything.  I do, however, notice it at times and that it is empty, but I know the emptiness is only temporary.  If I am ever having a hard time, or need that sense of peace,  I think I will look at that nest differently from now on and know that the one thing I can count on that will never change is God's forgiveness and love for all of us.  I can expect it, because it will be always be there. As a mom with kids getting older too fast, that is one thing that will never change!

*****      I don't really know what this means, or how I should feel about it or take it, but as I was typing this Jehova's Witness came to my door.  Is somebody trying to tell me something?!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011




I have a riddle for you:

     If a country girl should come to town with one leg up and one leg down, what would you do about the matter to keep the folks from laughing at her?


My grandfather, Tom Ed, told me this riddle when I was a little girl.  I was the only one that knew the answer and he swore me to secrecy for years.  Finally, just a few years ago, he let me tell the answer.  Some of you may know it, but it kept my family guessing for a LONG time!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Shane and Stratton's Camping Trip

     My boys had a special treat during Spring Break.  A really good friend of ours took them on their first camping trip.  They had NEVER done anything like that before.  I am so glad they were able to go.  Every boy should be able to go camping at least once.

     They went early that day, found their campsite, put up the tent and had a little fun before me, Sydney, and my parents went over for dinner.  It was a lot of fun.

     My mom used to camp a lot when she was little so she was familiar with a lot it.  It was new to me.  We fished a little, had hot dogs and of course s'mores before we left "the boys" for the night.

     Anybody that knows me knows how overprotective I am of my kids.  Overprotective probably isn't strong enough of a word.  But, they were with not only one of the nicest guys in the world, but, Cory, is the most responsible person, and an experienced camper and with most things outdoors.  I felt completely at ease leaving them with him.

     This being a new experience to all 4 of us, I did learn 2 new things.

1.  They don't need all the fancy gadgets and most expensive game systems to have fun on a Friday night.
2.  Maybe you should either be a camper or be a regular viewer of shows such as "Criminal Minds,"  "Destination Truth" or movies like "Friday the 13th."

     I worry about them having the video games and what "all the other kids have,"  but it turns out they only need a knife, tree, and rock.  Who knew they could have so much fun throwing a kife at a tree and learning how to skip rocks.

Shane and Stratton both caught on pretty quickly.

My dad is giving my mom tips on how to throw it.

Turns out, she didn't need much help.  She is with my boys a lot and helps me keep them in line.  It's probably a good thing that they now know Grandmother can throw a knife.

Sydney is so funny.  She isn't a tomboy in the least, but she is as strong as an ox and usually does in the first try what the boys work on for hours!  (FUTURE BOYFRIENDS TAKE NOTICE:  She can throw a knife too!)

 I like these two pictures.  They were learning from my dad, but Cory was probably the better teacher seeing how he was a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves minor league!  His rocks just kept going!

They had such a good time with just those basic things.  It was a Friday night and no electricity was needed!

I was impressed with the campsite when we got there.  Stratton is my little "McGyver."  He can put anything together so I knew he would have a blast putting up the tent.

I don't know what my dad is saying to Stratton.  Maybe he's telling him midgets live in the woods, who knows!

I'm not sure about this conversation either.  Shane must be telling them how many times he hit the tree with the knife.  (A LOT!)  Although, fishing wasn't his thing.  He kept getting the line all tangled up and when it ended up wrapped around a tree, he decided to go back to knife throwing!

You can't have a campout with s'mores.  Stratton's kept catching on fire though!

I am so glad we went out and spent some time with them.  Sydney enjoyed roasting marshmallows!

I don't know if it is because of my wonderful photography skills or the camera, or them being right in front of the fire, but this came out blurry.  It's still a keeper though!

     We left about the time it started getting dark.  I knew they were in good hands and I knew they were going to have a lot more fun after we left.
     This brings me to my second point.  We watch way too much TV, but our favorite shows to watch together are "Criminal Minds," "Destination Truth," and ANY scary movie.  "Destination Truth" is such a fun show.  A group goes all over the world trying to find the truth to legends such as the Loch Ness monster, Bigfoot, aliens, etc.  I got tickled as we pulled off.  My dad asked me if I thought they would be okay.  (He knows me and knows how I am about my security system.  He probably thought I was scared for them to be out in the open without an alarm system.  I kind of was, but I knew they were in good hands.  Besides, Shane had gotten really good at throwing the knife.)
     I couldn't stop laughing because dad asked me if I thought the boys might get scared and I said, "Maybe, I know what we watch at night, in the safety of our home with an alarm and other protection."  That's when I realized if you are going to be a regular camper maybe you shouldn't watch those things.

     They got home the next morning still excited from having such a good time.  I am glad I went for a little bit and have some pictures.  Because....... that's all I got out of the boys.  Any other information I was told,  "Cory says, what happens at the campsite stays at the campsite."   Hmmmmm, wonder what that means?!!!!!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Fun-filled, Packed Weekend!

     I had a wild but great weekend with the kids!  We have been in a thousand different directions, but it was a rare weekend that I got to spend time with each of them.  Shane had a basketball game yesterday morning.  I love watching him play, he takes sports so seriously.  Sydney had prom last night so we had lots to do to get her ready.  Thank the Lord for my mom and sister!  My mom helped me the last few weeks getting things ready for her and my sister did her make up.  It looked so good with the smokey eye.  We usually do pageants so they just had a lot of fun with the make up yesterday.  Then, of course when she got home we talked until late night/early early morning.  Then, I went to Stratton's confirmation lunch and class with him.  His mentor is a good friend of ours and it was fun watching the two of them.  They both have such fun personalities.  I am EXHAUSTED and not ready for early Monday morning, but I am so thankful and blessed for the time I had with the kids this weekend!

                                           Sydney (in the white) and her good friend Kelley
                                Shane loves his sister!

Always be nice to your children because they are the ones who will choose your rest home.-Phyllis Diller


Saturday, April 16, 2011

Prom Night...yeah, yeah

      I haven't lost my mind.....YET.  My baby is going to the Prom tonight and I thought it would be fun to change the words.  It's not like I can make this song A WHOLE LOT more irritating than it already is!  

(In seriousness, please say a prayer that all the kids will have a safe and great time!)

To the tune of  "It's Friday"  by Rebecca Black



Yeah, Ah-Ah-Ah-Ah-Ah-Ark)
Oo-ooh-ooh, hoo yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah

[Rebecca Black - Verse 1]

7am, waking up in the morning
Gotta be fresh, gotta go downstairs
Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal
Gotta go get my hair fixed and my nails done
Tickin’ on and on, everybody’s rushin’
Gotta get my dress and shoes on

Gotta be ready now, I see my date (My date)

Kickin’ it with my friends
Dancin' with all my friends
Don't want this night to end
Dancin' with my friends

It’s Prom Night, Prom Night
Gotta get down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time, good time
Prom Night, Prom Night
Gettin’ down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time

Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Fun, fun, fun, fun
Lookin’ forward to the good time

[Rebecca Black - Verse 2]

5:45, we’re drivin’ on the highway
Cruisin’ so fast, we want to get there
Fun, fun, think about fun
You know what it is
I got this, you got this
My date is by my left
I got this, you got this
Now you know it

Kickin’ it with my friends
Dancin' with all my friends
Don't want this night to end
Dancin' with my friends


It’s Prom Night, Prom Night
Gotta get down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time, good time
Prom Night, Prom Night
Rebecca Black Friday lyrics found on

Gettin’ down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the big night

Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Fun, fun, fun, fun
Lookin’ forward to the big night


Yesterday was Friday, Friday
Today i-is Prom Night, Prom Night (Partyin’)
We-we-we so excited
We so excited
We gonna have a ball today

Tomorrow is Sunday
And Monday we're back at school
I don’t want this weekend to end

[Rap Verse]

It’s Prom Night, Prom Night
Gotta get down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time, good time
Prom Night, Prom Night
Gettin’ down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time

Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Fun, fun, fun, fun
Lookin’ forward to the big night

It’s Prom Night, Prom Night
Gotta get down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time, good time
Prom Night, Prom Night
Gettin’ down on Prom Night
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the good time

Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Fun, fun, fun, fun
Lookin’ forward to the big night