Thursday, May 28, 2009

Night at the Museum, here we come!!!!

Today I got a bit of a "wild hair" and I decided to take the kids plus a few of their friends into Prescott to see the second Night at the Museum movie. I drove and every other seat in the car was filled with kids.... Lund took Canyon and Owen, Cassidy took Emily, and Sarah took Carolyn. Hooray for my 8-seater Pilot! The kids also loved listening to "Chickens in the Headlights" for the millionth time as we drove.. I sure have got my money's worth on this book on tape! Our hairbrained trip was really worth it, the kids loved it and I loved it as well.....
Here is the end tally....

7 kids tickets to Night at the Museum= 35.00
1 adult ticket to Night at the Museum= 7.00
7 Frosty's at Wendy's= 10.00
10 sets of chicken nuggets at Wendy's= 10.00
1 Junior Bacon Cheeseburger for me= 1.24
2 refills for my 2009 Harkin's soda cup=2.00
1 tank of gas, well half a tank=15.00
1 toy for each of the kids at the dollar store= 31.00
(wait, how did that math work??? Oh yea, I bought some stuff for me)
1 bag of DumDum suckers to quiet kids down= 1.00
1 bag of Sugar Daddy suckers to.... lets see... keep them hyper=1.00
1 8 pack of chocolate for me to hide in the middle consule=1.00
1 box of granola bars, 1 package of Koolaide drinks, 1 package of
gummy worms, 1 package of licorice and 1 package of
Circus peanuts= I am not sure....
Becky donated the sugar, I think she must be mad at me.... he!He!
No one puking in my car=priceless



5 comments:

nickndest said...

Looks like it was fun. Yes, you are truely brave. I'm sure your kids think you're the coolest mom.

The Davenports said...

haha I LOVE this post!

annebabe said...

very cool. loved your spin on the mastercard commercial. somethings are truly priceless . . . like being puke free. ;)

Erin said...

I want to see this so bad! someday, maybe...
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Grama Karen and Papa Lund said...

That car full of kids will remember you fondly, especially one day when they are older and in a car with their own kids plus friends. Your sense of adventure is over whelming.