Planning a Party

Planning a Party - Part 2 Writing Project - planning a...

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Unformatted text preview: Part 2 Writing Project - planning a party 800 Words - Process Analysis: I have hosted a couple of successful parties myself, and I have helped my mother host several of them, so this is a subject on which I can write authoritatively. Every successful party has certain key elements: the people, the place, and the occasion. These elements combine to make or break the event. There isnt a magical formula; but, with experience, you can get a feel for what will work and what will not. Being flexible in your planning and in how you carry out a party is important to the partys success. You cant go into the experience expecting everything to be perfect. The world is not perfect and a party doesnt have to be either. If you are flexible in your expectations, you are less likely to be disappointed in the outcome. Just like in life, the ability to roll with the punches makes things easier. For example, I had a sleepover party for my birthday one year when I was in Middle School. In the middle of the party, we lost power to our house. I could have freaked out, sent all my Middle School....
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Keystone.

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