Every once in a while there comes a time–a time when you need:
A GIRL’S NIGHT OUT.
These nights include things like shopping, eating, enjoying talks, movies, but above all FRIENDSHIP that can only include, you guessed it: the girls.
Tonight was an awesome girls night out! My extremely fun and creative sister in law, Katie, set it all up and planned it all out and boy, did we ever have a blast! The assembled team of girls this time: Jeanne (Mother in law), Teri (Katie’s Mom), Anna (a friend of Katie’s, Lindsey (a family friend) and Lindsey’s two beautiful baby girls, Jasmine(1 yr old) and Charlotte (2 months). Oh and me too!
We were off to Vienna, WV where our girl’s night would take place! Katie, Jeanne, Teri, and Anna all rode with Teri while Lindsey and the babies and I took a separate car. Lots of insightful and fun talk came about on the car rides. Teri’s car went on to a Christian book store (they were ahead of Lindsey and I). Lindsey and I got a little confused as to which exact road to take, but thanks to Lindsey’s instincts and GPS, we made it to the Olive Garden where we got a table for everyone and waited for the rest of the party to join us! I had a blast playing with Jasmine!!! I think we are going to be great friends!
When the girls arrived, we all ordered food and had lots of laughs as we shared stories and updated each other about what’s going on in our lives. Oh yeah! Girl talk! I did a lot of listening, as Jasmine and I were having our own conversations and laughs! (She is so precious!)
Then it was on to the movies! We were twenty minutes late…well twenty minutes into the movie at least. And because of that, they let us in for free!!! How crazy cool is that?!!?! We saw Identical. Which, when I first saw the preview…I was not sure of what to think, but I really did enjoy the movie! It was about a man who’s identical twin brother whom he was separated from at birth is a famous singer. The man, Ryan Wade, has always felt his calling was to play, sing, and write music. His father, though, believes that his calling is to the ministry. It was quite an interesting movie. But I won’t spoil it anymore than that! Go see it for yourself!
After the movie it was time for the trip home. Which felt like 5 minutes because we were all blabbing away about things again and it just didn’t seem that long. That’s what girls do I suppose!
It was a wonderful night. The mission of having a successful and fun girls night was accomplished. Now we can all go to sleep happy!