Fifth entry, February 27, 2010, Dani’s crib
Since I miss this girl so much, I’m gonna tell you about the day she threw a party that was fun and, I don’t know.. scandalous? Haha. But for everyone’s sake, I won’t spill anything about the latter part. I don’t even want to bring back those things. So anyway..
I remember that she asked me to make her an invitation design for one whole week, which I had no time for, so I told my brother to do it. But then everyone got pretty busy, so there were no invitations. None needed, actually, because she wanted her party to be simple. But it’s her debut, so why not? Anyway, It was a Saturday, 4 days after Keng’s actual birthday. After lunch, I went to the mall with Mars to buy the gift she requested: earrings. And then we watched The Lightning Thief (twice the fun in one day), then hurried back home to get ready. By 6pm, Eiral, Dianne, and Arielle were already at my place so we could go there together. Then 7pm, the others came (Crystal, Wendell, Jed, Sierra, Abdul, Love). For all I know, the party was not in my house. :)) Then we realized that we didn’t know how to get to the place, so Ked and his dad came to give us a ride. We were super late, but then we were the only special-non-relative guests, so technically, we. were. not. late. Sheehan and Vanessa were early birds. Aaaand Paula and the boys were the really late ones. :|
We got psyched about Keng’s aunt’s house (where she held her party), so we checked it out first before we had dinner. I was so psyched about the place because it was something you’d see in lifestyle magazines.. so modern, so edgy, so wide, and so all that. And then there was a photobooth, which we pretty much took over for hours! The pictures were priceless! If I’d have anything to remind me of how my friends were, that would be it. I remember the backdrop being literally dropped down the steps because we were so rowdy, and I think the photobooth person was pissed off.
I also remember that my ipod was running the party because Keng asked me to do almost everything for the party. But it was aaaaight, it turned out unforgettable anyway. :)
For the rest of the evening, we took lots of pictures, lots and lots of pictures; ate again; laughed about stuff I can’t remember; played like kids; and sang.
And for the record (WHICH IS REALLY ONE HECK OF A RECORD), when some of us went home already, some things happened, and along with the great great delay of this entry, those ‘things’ are buried now and some of us wouldn’t want to look back to what really happened that night. It was horrendous, as in dignity-breaking-horrendous.
But erasing that part of the party (as how I would), it was overall a FUN FUN night! :)