My Sister Needed Cheering Up

When my sister got divorced, I was really worried about her. All of us could tell she was better off without her husband, but she thought that she was still in love with him. She fell into a depression that I was bound and determined to make sure she crawled out of. When I saw her making her first jokes, I knew that she was finally seeing the daylight. I wanted to do something really special for her so I looked into Toronto party bus rentals. I figured that if a group of her friends could show her a fun night on the town, she would be on her way to finding herself again.

I wanted to get a party bus because I knew that it would be a night where no one would want to take responsibility for driving. We were planning on having as many drinks as it took to make her realize she no longer needed him. I really didn’t want to go clubbing or even go to one of our houses, because it had to be neutral territory. It was not just about having her realize that she was okay without him, but it was about a celebration too for the beginning of the rest of her life.

The driver of the party bus picked us up at my house, then we made a few more stops so we could get everyone else that we invited. We made sure the atmosphere inside the bus was as fun as possible. We had our favorite pop music blaring, and the strobe lights were also on. We had our first toast when it was just the two of us, and we had our last one about five hours later. By the time the driver dropped us off that night, she realized just how valuable she is as a person. She is actually looking forward to her tomorrows now.