I have been racking my brain and I cannot come up with anything from my past (involving my parents) that is funny, poignant, or even interesting. I am screwed if I don’t get this speech written in the next 24 hours. Please help! Oh, and please don’t say “talk about a certain moment you shared with your parents” because I truly do not remember anything like that; I guess what I am asking for is some generic answers or a speech already written. Thanks!!!!!
CLINK ON GLASS
“…I know when you all received your invitation for tonight’s celebration and saw a wedding photo; you asked yourself … “who ARE these people?” LAUGH!
What an honor it is to speak at my parent’s 50th anniversary. It’s not often we get an opportunity to celebrate an event like this, so I think, first off, congratulations are in order.
START CLAPPING and GET CROWD CLAPPING
50 years! To be married and to actually live with another person for that length of time – it’s remarkable. I mean, Mom and Dad had us out of the house after 18 years, and admittedly, all of us kids had probably had enough of them by that time, but 50 years! This should win you a prize of some sort, shouldn’t it?
TURN TO PARENTS:
Some of our fondest memories from childhood revolve around you. What stands above all is the impression that you were always so happy to see us, always interested in what we were doing and thinking. Later, as we grew up and began seeing you for the adults you are, we began appreciating all that you’ve done with your lives.
TURN TO CROWD:
Mom and Dad have very much become a symbol for the joys of leading a long and healthy life. You show us that life doesn’t stop at any age, and that it keeps on getting better if you tackle it with the same energy and interest every day. Naturally, if you’re lucky enough to have a partner there to share the experience, life will be all the richer.
TURN TO PARENTS:
Honestly, now, I know we don’t get many opportunities to tell you, but you should realize how much of an inspiration your marriage is to all of us. It gives us all great pleasure to celebrate the commitment you have shown one another in your lives, and you should know the influence of your love is not lost on this family. I’m sure part of the reason Mom and Dad have such a wonderful marriage is because we all grew up together in a very loving household. Naturally, that spirit of love and support has been passed along to our generation.
TURN TO CROWD:
I love my parents, and I am proud to be their child. The love they have shown towards me has come from the love they have for each other. There isn’t much more to say about this, but if you witness how much they care about each other after 50 years of marriage then you know what true love is.
Having said that, I’d like to propose a toast to the couple who helps show us the way. Would you all raise your glasses and drink to Frank and Elaine, still, after all these years, the happy couple!
DRINK and LEAN OVER AND HUG PARENTS
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I have been racking my brain and I cannot come up with anything from my past (involving my parents) that is funny, poignant, or even interesting. I am screwed if I don’t get this speech written in the next 24 hours. Please help! Oh, and please don’t say “talk about a certain moment…
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Think of all the wonderful things they did for each other and their children. Mention special vacations and holiday dinner experiences .Just tell everyone at the party about the Love you grew up with .