Wednesday, July 23, 2008

It's ladies night...and the feelin's right!

I just got home from my night out with the girls and I know I'll have a feeding in less than an hour so I might as well blog instead of TRYing to sleep and then being interrupted as soon as I pass out.

We had so much fun and none of us could even remember the last time we went out with friends and no kids. As we sat and talked we realized that 18 children were motherless with us being gone. Can you believe that?! 18 kids between the 6 of us young little muthas. Here's the group. Pay no attention to Natalie's Giraffe neck. She's been practicing the African neck stretching techniques. She didn't wear her brass rings tonight...

But here's a picture of her with them on yesterday. Interesting huh?

While there, we saw many fun characters that I WOULD have taken a picture of but my flash is just too rowdy and causes quite the scene. A man with muscles and nipples, someone off of America's most wanted with a toupee and pointy sideburns, and our server who could easily replace Vanna White. I realized that I probably need a hearing aid, Deanna found her manly side, and Laura owes us a date to see her amazing roll up twin tummy as she calls it. We found out that we're all avid watchers of John and Kate plus 8 and we know WAY more about their lives than we should. Natalie decided she's going to be on the 8th season of Rock of Love, Isela can only have 2 more babies before she gets stretch marks like the rest of the world and Jessica got a lesson about silly juice and will soon become the newest Sam Moon customer. Natalie surprised us all by busting out her 5th Avenue for a quick product placement. I think she secretly works for Hershey's.

Here's a better shot of the group...
L to R Natalie, Jessica, and Deanna (who payed for ALL of us AND drove...thanks D)

and L to R Isela, Laura and ME (ignore my chubby cheeks)

Before we left we partook of delicious chocolate cake that needed a photo. Our take out bags were nice enough to remind us that we needed to refrigerate immediately for our safety. No one wants a sick tummy and a date with the toilet.

What a fun night, seriously. This is a night I'll never forget as I move on to VA. I can't express in words just HOW sad I'm going to be without my friends. It seems like just as it's time for me to leave, I really have grown close to these guys. They are all so stinkin fun to be around and had me laughing the entire night. I hope we all stay in touch as our lives take us in different directions. Thanks again friends!! Love you all!!!

7 comments:

Valinda said...

Yay for you!! I'm so glad your kids were motherless and you escaped!

How's the nose BTW?

Lindsay said...

looks like it was fun... and don't worry... when you move to virginia you'll get good at being a hermit and only talking to people who are related to you... oh wait.... that's MY story. good luck making friends... i'm really bad at that.

nat said...

ok i was cracking up the whole time i was reading this....it was so much fun!!!

Dena said...

I barely recognized you in your little twinset.....so out of your color scheme. Your cheeks aren't chubby....you're hallucinating. Rock on girl's night!!

The Burns Family said...

I am glad you had fun with your friend without the kids. Every one need that once in a while. Yes, I stayed up too when I knew Aaron was going to be feeding, but it was those nights he slept another 2 hours longer than usual, hopefully your little guy did not do that ;). Yes, BTW how is little Miss Kora's nose?

SM said...

You look SO GOOD, Jessica. Rockin' the bangs!

Deanna said...

Why did I just notice this (a month later, guess I need to improve the reading skills)...I TRIED to pay for everyone, but was shot down by half the group. But, you're very welcome.