Girls Night Out

Remember those shoes I told you about?  Well, I finally got to wear them about two weeks ago when a few of us got together for a girls night out.  We ate dinner at The Melting Pot then walked over to the theater to see Sex and the City 2.

You can’t tell from the picture but they are glittery silver peep toes with gold heels.  Lovely and perfect for this occasion!  I received many a compliment on them.  If they didn’t hurt my feet I would wear them everywhere.  Totally appropriate for the grocery store, no?

Cheers to more girls nights!


Last Week of School

As the school year draws to a close, I’m taking advantage of my brief, kid-free moments to enjoy some things that would be too difficult with two active boys in tow.  This was me on Monday morning at my favorite salon.  The best pedicures in town are done by Christine.  She’s meticulous and takes the time to do it right.  Christine also cut my shaggy bangs.  I’m trying to grow the rest of my hair out a bit but the bangs were driving me bonkers.  They kept falling into my eyes.

I didn’t have much time for fun errands on Wednesday due to last minute party preparations for Mrs. H’s surprise party in Wildman’s class.  But I did manage to pick up some amazing high heels that I will wear for our Girls Night Out to see Sex and the City 2.  I told Steph that she can’t go without me.  The movie is released when we’re in DC so we’re planning a fun night out for when I return.  I don’t have a photo of the shoes but I will take one soon and post it.  They’re too great not to share 🙂

Friday is it for the 2009-2010 school year!  As trite as it sounds, I cannot believe how quickly it has flown.  My oldest will be off to Kindergarten in August.  We’ve got to make the most of our short summer break before he makes the big leap.  Bring on the pool, play dates and water parks!

If I Started a Band…

I’d want it to be called…

An excerpt from Wildmans October preschool calendar.

An excerpt from Wildman's October preschool calendar.

I’d probably play the cowbell (since I can’t really play any other instrument) and  wear these new shoes from Seychelles in my band too.  Aren’t they cute?!

Would you come to see The Emotional Pancakes with their cowbell-playing, cute-shoe-wearing singer?