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slumber party

I've been kind of bad at blogging lately. Seriously, our life has been non-stop craziness. I have not had one night of just being home in two weeks. We are breaking that one tonight! There have been meetings, dinners, Bible studies, shopping excursions, weddings, church events, you name it we've done it but it's all been fun. It isn't going to slow down any time soon either...well maybe a little :)
Last night Chris had his first "business trip" away. I don't even know if I can call it a business trip because they are out in Palm Springs golfing and living it up. Since it was his first time being away from me I decided to have a little fun of my own. Last night I took one of the high school girls out to dinner then rushed home and had 7 of my girlfriends over for the night. We had a sleep over! It was so much fun staying up all night talking, laughing and sharing stories. I am so exhausted today though, I don't know when the last time was I did that. I think it was when when we all went to the desert for my bachelorette weekend. I am so thankful for the amazing girls that God placed in my life 9 years ago. We will be friends forever.

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