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July 10, 2005 / Kate

Girly Night

Last night Jenna, Jess, Annie and I had Girly Night. Keith mostly hid in the next room reading Wine Spectator, but he did come out to join us on parts of the festivities.

We sat around drinking Gin and Tonics, raucously telling our first kiss stories. Girly Night isn’t the same without some drunk blogging and massages, of course.

I haven’t done that in a long time. Us girls used to spend every free moment together. We would watch movies and get drunk on cheap wine. We would talk about our futures and try and figure out where to meet men. We would think of small things we needed from Trader Joe’s just so that we had an excuse to go in there (Okay, maybe that was just me).

Now things have changed. We don’t see each other much anymore. I don’t even see Jess much and I live with her.

In other news: our neighbor’s strange habits are starting to wear on all of us. Keith says that he can hear the guy’s incredibly loud car the entire time he is gone on his 30 second trips. I think he might just be taking it for a spin around the block every couple of hours just to make sure it still runs. He decided it would be a good idea to blast morning news at full volume at 4:30 this morning while he went on his first little car trip of the day.

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  1. G. D. Aiello / Jul 10 2005 2:18 pm

    I missed ‘girly nights’ too… it has been quite a while. I had a really great time.
    The massages, however, could have been done a little better. Oh well, there’ll have to be a next time.

  2. LousyCook / Jul 11 2005 8:26 am

    “Us girls” should be “We girls” (if you’re interested in being grammatically correct).

  3. keef / Jul 11 2005 9:02 am

    I was actually reading “Sunlight Into Wine.”

  4. tyKa / Jul 11 2005 9:10 am

    I am very interested. Thank you

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