First off, I mostly lurk around here and don't contribute much, so apologies if asking for advice here is out of line--feel free to blow the thread off.
Anyway, Mrs. Mouse is planning a surprise birthday party for me. One of the kids at my daughter's daycare spilled the beans. She's a cute little kid, although my daughter doesn't like her and right now I'm not too fond of her myself. She's about 5 years old, and it was actually kind of funny watching her try (unsuccessfully) not to give up a secret.
So I get the feeling my wife is going to a lot of trouble (she got one of my friends to ask me to go golf on Saturday afternoon, which he never does, stuff like that). I'm the world's worst liar and if I try to feign surprise at the proper time, there's a good chance no one's going to buy it. Do I come clean and tell Mrs. M about it or just buck up and not try to ruin the surprise?
What would you do? Any thoughts? All input is appreciated and I promise I'll try to be a better Foo community member.