This is way cool!!! Now remember - your surprise is for the Beach Party! I won't tell until you "bring" it out there! LOL
And I would definitely come to a party in the castle! Gotta start thinking about a dessert. I have a head start now from the others, who don't know (tehe).
Ok, Tom we need you at the party. Never mind clever things to write! Just come as you are!
On a serious note, I did want to mention about your husband's doc and the law suit. I'd definitely do as Tom suggests and try to find out more information. You should also be able to find your state's bureau of occupational affairs (or the department that licenses professionals - including doctors) online. And you should be able to access medical complaints which your doc might have against him. Remember it's easy for anyone to file a lawsuit. Just takes a couple hundred dollars and going to the court house. Many doctors who have been in practice for a long time have probably had a couple of law suits filed against them (and because it's been filed doesn't mean the doc is guilty - unless there's been a trial or settlement, and the latter may be sealed). Anyway, I'm not trying to defend any doctor who is negligent or commits malpractice by any means. But if a doc's been in practice a long time, has a good reputation, and has an occasional suit filed it may not be that unusual. However, if a doctor has had a lot of suits, or even one and has only been in practice a few years, I'd steer clear. And medical complaints which have been found against him/her means that their peers (other doctors0 have found them guilty, and to me that's much more serious. So see if you can check into the state's licensing board for complaints against him.
And bring that cake over to the party soon!