At this point in the morning, we said to ourselves – “It’s official. We’ve lost our ever-lovin’ minds.”
“What are we thinking waking our kids up so early?”
But when the Plaza fell, that alarm going off at 4:30 a.m. felt completely worth it.
video by Chad Stephens
We might watch this video 100 times!
A large number of families with small kids were waiting to witness this memorable event.
It was great to share this experience with friends and so many from our community.
Our kids were really tired. Not only did they wake up bright and early, they had a hard time falling asleep last night. We started calling last night “Implosion Eve.” Strangely, this whole experience felt a little like Christmas morning.
I’m hoping a building imploding will be one of those memories that sticks in our boys’ minds forever. I don’t know about you, but I was startled by how quickly the building fell. We could hardly believe it! Lots of cheers were going up where we were standing! Such an exciting morning! Finding donuts after the implosion turned out to be quite the challenge. Who knew a building falling down would mean booming business for donut businesses in BCS? We were high on the implosion and 100% committed to consuming donuts – so we eventually came home with a great memory, full bellies, and sticky fingers!
Who went to the implosion? I hope your kids were as pumped as ours!
P.S. Is it nap time yet?