Surprise Birthday Party Essay

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Fight That Broke Me?

    sandwich. Anyway, back to the story, before I was kicked out of my homecoming group I had been invited to Tori's surprise party. I had her gift all planned out and everything. However, when I realized that I would be in a room with girls that were all in my homecoming group and were all mad at me, I didn’t want to go even though she was my best friend. I had previously been invited to another surprise party that same day, for my neighbor Ashley, which was at the same time as Tori's. I thought it was the better idea to go to the other party instead. "Hey Ashley," I happily said to my neighbor when I saw her walking her dogs on the warm, summer day. It was a Thursday, I didn’t have any plans for the day so I sat out on my porch swing enjoying the crisp smell of summer coming to an end. "Do you want to come over this Saturday?" I hopefully asked knowing I was the key piece of this surprise, I would keep Ashley busy for the day doing whatever I could to make sure she didn’t go home when they were still setting up. "Of course I can! I just have to be back in time for dinner," Ashley replied with a smile growing on her face. "Wait, now that I think about it, my mom mentioned something about inviting you over for dinner. We're having ribs, potato salad, and the absolute BEST watermelon you’ve ever had! It's so juicy and delicious, you'd love it. We've had it for every birthday dinner." "That sounds great! I'm sure I'm free to come." I answered knowing to go along with the…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My First Surprise Birthday Gift

    It only took me eleven years to be actually surprised with a birthday gift. Only, the surprise gift was a whole party, not just a packaged gift. A gift which took me a couple of minutes to appreciate. My first surprise birthday party was completely unknown, well-orchestrated, and led me to why I make some of my choices. I was an average 5th girl who signed up to be a maypole twirler for our annual All School’s Day Festival in May. Several of my classmates had also signed up, and we were…

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  • Birthday Party Essay

    “One vote for Dakota,” my dad said as my heart jumped in surprise. I was at my “Survivor” themed birthday party, and I was nervous at the thought that I could be the first one eliminated from my team at my own birthday party. I had experienced a similar feeling of trepidation four months earlier when I attempted to eat a three-pound burger and a pound of fries in an hour at Fuddruckers in Jackson. I had only five minutes left to complete the challenge, but my stomach was on verge of exploding.…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Ephemeral Euphoria

    Ephemeral Euphoria Life was joyous, for the boy had not yet met with any calamities. The buoyancy in his happiness reflected his upbringing; slightly spoiled, yet well mannered. It was the boy’s eighth birthday; another year full of delight, but this year, his parents had intended to surprise him. As a collective, both the boy’s parents as well as most of his friends had decided to take the boy to an amusement park, as a sort of pre-party for his birthday party. They had planned to gather up…

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  • Narrative Essay About An Unforgettable Experience

    the most unforgettable experiences regarding my new life in the United States. It was the fifth day since I came to the United States, and I was arranging my room. Vicky, the only friend that I had in America at that time, called me. Vicky is my mother’s friend’s daughter, and she had been living in the United States since she was six years old. “Hey Lynn, do you have plans for the weekend? This Saturday is my birthday, and I was wondering if you would like to come to my birthday party on…

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  • My Best Day

    boyfriend and I took for my birthday. This year I turned 23 years old and I wanted to do something different for a change. I had ongoing streak where I would go out to the club ever year for my birthday once I turned 21 years old. I wanted to party as hard as I could for at least five years straight after becoming a legal adult who is able to drink. I believe what made me base that unrealistic goal was my under aged mind because now I cannot stand the thought of drinking alcohol. I…

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  • How Many Can You Lose Essay

    How Many Can You Lose? How many family members can you lose in 1 year? I assume the most common answer is none, but for me, I lost 5 major points in my life in 4 months. So far 2016 wasn’t my year. My beautiful Auntie Brenda was 71 years old; she was the matriarch of the family, she really took a toll on my life. I remember when we threw her a surprise birthday party because she just beat breast cancer. She don’t like surprises, and when we said surprise, she likely ran out. I’ll explain more…

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  • My Timeline Story : Adicted To Video Games

    and to prove it I set a goal for myself. I said I would not play video games for 6 months. It was December 23, 2016-June 2, 2017. My goal was to the last day of school June 2. To my surprise I did it I went 6 months without video games. It was like 7 months, I remember the exact date of this event. It all started when my mom said i was addicted to video games. I said I wasn’t and to prove it I set a goal for myself. I said I would not play videogames for 6 months. It was December 23, 2016-June…

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  • Santa Clauses

    My little surprise was a four-year old at the nursery school Wednesday morning chapel service asking me if I believe in Santa. This possibly came in response to my complimenting their holiday decorations in how the Christmas Spirit is there soon as I walked in the room. I paused; remembering my daughter asking the same question and the answer was the same, yes there is a Santa Claus. Dangerous as this was, I shared the story I created for my daughter in which Santa Claus is a party planner…

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  • Analysis: The Bond In A Family

    I see some people that I haven’t seen since the last holiday reunion. Of course, when we all settle down to watch the traditional A Christmas Story, all of the little kids would be running around the house with their new Barbies or Legos chasing each other and occasionally interrupting the movie. Then there would be those awkward confrontations with some family members that have either just got out of prison or they have divorced their spouse, regardless, they’re still family. Recently, during…

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