Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Balloons

I don't know what it is about balloons but I love them. Love them.

I was in charge of the decorations for a church women's group party we had tonight & I bought 50+ balloons for the occasion & let me say, transporting them was hilarious:


But the kids had a blast toting them around the house until I had to take them to the party.

I'm considering just keeping balloons floating around the house just to make my day a little more festive & fun.

When someone comes over & says, "Oh are you having a party?" I'll be like, "Naw, those are just my Tuesday balloons."

9 comments:

Meagan Brooks said...

lol...i love it! TUESDAY BALLONS! I love ballons too. They are very cheerful looking.

M said...

"Just because" balloons--great idea! They do indeed add an air of playfulness and cheer to a room.

M said...

PS Congrats on the new phone! Looks snazzy! I got a smart phone in December and learning how to use it is definitely a process. I'm still discovering functions and figuring things out. If you think about it, that phone is a little computer that would have filled an entire room 50 years ago. So much power, literally in the palm of your hand!

Maria said...

Looks like your kids had a blast!

If you like balloons you might love this. Thought it was pretty cool!

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2100445%3ABlogPost%3A471635

Em and Russ said...

That's EPIC!!!!

Russ

Smithy said...

i love balloons too! i used to always get them for birthdays in VT - i agree transporting can be tricky!

Diana Smith said...

haha balloons are awesome! No matter how old we get, they are still fun!

PeaceLoveApplesauce said...

Fantastic idea!! Balloons are the best!

Christie said...

Elizabeth wants to come live at your house! She's always begging for balloons. It's become a tradition that they get a big helium balloon on their birthdays. I hate them because we always have the ceiling fans going and that's not a good combination, especially in the living room where we can't reach the ceiling fan (or the balloons, as they race to their doom).