Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Girls' Night!

It's 2:12 am as I write this post. I have finally made my way to bed (yea, laptops!) after a totally fun evening spent with three new girl friends. Over the past year, I have gotten to know them a little bit at my church. And shortly after Husby and I got married, they suggested that we all meet up for a girls' night! So tonight we got together for a potluck which consisted of pizza, salad, and Nestley Tollhouse chocolate chip cookie bars. Prrrrrrrrrrrfect!

We had so much fun talking about boys (it isn't girls' night without talking about boys, right?) and doing micro-dermabrasion facials. We also stayed up way too late having a great theological conversation.

Since getting married and moving down to Husby's neck of the woods, I have really been longing to connect with some women friends, and I am just so happy that these great girls have come into my life!


wordnerd said...

awesome....a girls night (with the right girls, of course) can be SO MUCH FUN!

YAY for Tollhouse, I am hungry now and It's like 8:46am!

sarah said...

Hooray for girlfriends! I've got a group that gathers every few weeks for "date night." Sometimes it seems like I have more dates with my girlfriends than with my HUSband. :)

Buttercup said...

Yay! As you know, I think girl friends are incredibly important and I'm so happy to hear that you're building those types of relationships in your new place. Microdermabrasion - cool.

J at said...

I love girls' night. :) Glad that you're making new friends in your new neck of the woods.

Autumn's Mom said...

Love the girls night. and the tollhouse! I spent the evening with a gal pal last night. we went to a concert. and it was so much fun. we even stopped for a midnight snack on the way home. Needless to say, I needed some serious coffee this morning!

Cherry said...

I used to get together with Autumn's Mom and another girl we used to work with and we called it our 3 Star night. We always stayed up way too late talking the night away.
They were probably the first people I seriously talk about religion with, which was interesting because the three of us came from VERY different backgrounds.
I very fondly remember those nights.

Ahhh the joys of the girl's night!

I hope you have already planned another!

Ad said...

Is it okay if I´m jealous that they get to hang out with you? :D Your gals´night sounds like a great time, Kreisi. I´m so happy you found some new friends to do the most important things with - talk about God and eat cookies. You will bless them the way you do me!

ML said...

What fun! And it's not a girl's night out with out the Nestle Tollhouse chocolate chip cookie bars as well as talking about boys.