Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Girls Night Out... in One Week!


We have begun the countdown!


In one week we will be attending the Lord of the Dance Concert(Irish musical & dance) at the Wheeling Civic Center and we can hardly wait. It's going to be a wonderful girls night out.

A few months ago my sister-in-law Crys and I decided to do something a little different for Mother's Day this year. We bought tickets to take our mothers to this show on April 28th at the Wheeling Civic Center.

This of course, will be a Mother's Day present to ourselves also. It has been years since I have been to anything like this. I believe the last concert I went to was with my husband about 5 or 6 years ago. We went to the Capital Music Hall to see Kenny Chesney.
The last time I went to see the Wheeling Symphony was probably close to 20 years ago and I love to hear music like that. However, if I ask my husband to go to something like this with me then I just get that "yeah right" look from him.

So, this is going to be awesome!

A chance to do something that I haven't done in years, give my Mom a fun night out and hopefully create a long-lasting memory for my daughter to cherish.


7 comments:

Carmen C. said...

Sounds like alot of fun! Aren't husbands funny that way, mine is the same...they must come from the same planet, LOL!!!

Deb said...

Oooooooooooh I am sooooo envious! Good for you ;) I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day at your concert - I would love to see this. They should come back around our way at some point.

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

What a good idea you have! It ought to be fun and is such a unique way to celebrate Mother's Day.

Tatersmama said...

Ooooh! Lucky you! It sounds like you're going to have a wonderful time together!
What a perfect Mother's Day gift for your Mom... and you too, of course! :-)

Kritter Keeper said...

that is such a wonderful idea and i am glad you are able to be with your mom like that...i truly believe husbands are all alike!

Buttercup said...

It sounds wonderful. I still have great memories of plays I shared with my mother, including things we saw together 40 years ago. I don't remember most of the gifts I bought her, but do remember seeing "Harvey" with James Stewart and Helen Hayes. Had a job at the college library and saved up my 1.40/hour to buy the tickets. Still one of my favorite memories.

Granny Sue said...

I am so jealous! I love LOTD. Have a wonderful time, and take pictures to share!