Personal Narrative : My Birthday Party

965 WordsOct 2, 20174 Pages
It was on a random Saturday, August 12, 2016, to be exact when I had a crazy idea. It was my friend Maddie’s birthday in a few weeks and I wanted to have a surprise party for her. By the way, I’m Meliah and my best friends are Maddie, Ellie, Katelynn, and Carly and I’m in the 7th grade. There were a few complications, but you don’t need to know them right now. So if you want to hear the rest of the story I suggest that you keep reading... “Hey do want to hang out today” I texted from my phone. I got a text quickly back that said no I’m busy picking out some presents for my birthday. I was texting Maddie, and Ellie and not Katelynn and Carly because I knew they were busy with a volleyball game. I hadn’t gotten a text back from Ellie yet so…show more content…
I mean who has a surprise party for someone and they know about. I knew that someone would tell her like the jerks/jocks, they can never keep a secret. We still didn’t know whether to send an invitation or just straight out tell them. We went with straight out telling them, which went better than we expected. It was lunchtime and the great avoiding began. This was the only thing I had with her and I knew that I would spill it to her. Lunch was over and we had to start getting the word out about the surprise party. We told practically the whole grade. We invited Grace, Sylvia, Riley, Chris, Jason, a few other boys, and girls, but I can’t name them all because we invited so many people. “Hey do think this will actually work,” Carly said disappointedly. “Yes, of course it will,” Katelynn obviously said sarcastically like it wasn’t going to work. A few hours later all of our phones were blowing up with RSVPs for the party. We were going to have so many people there! “Now I bet Maddie will have a great time at her party!,” I exclaimed. Then Maddie came up to us and asked us, “ Hey guys, is something going on I feel like you’re avoiding me? Is something going on that I should know about?” We all shouted, “NO!” Then the bell rang, and we all ran away. Saved by the bell. It was 6:00 on a Saturday night and the guests started to arrive. Everyone was having a great time, eating food, drinking drinks, and dancing.Then we heard a knock on the
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