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The Nikki/Jenna Weekend Of Fun


My friend, Nikki, came into town this weekend (isn't she beautiful??). We had so. much. fun. It was really good to actually hang out with her, in a social setting. It's been so long since we've done anything but have a quick dinner every few years, so we really deserved some time to ourselves.

We had originally planned on going to Austin, but those plans fell through, so we had decided to just come to my apartment and spend a girls' weekend. We went out together on Friday night - I was so glad to see Nikki out as a woman, not just a wife and a mom. Like I said, I think all women need this once in a while.

Saturday, we had kind of decided, kind of needed, to spend the day just relaxing. We went down to my mom and dad's house and just hung out and talked. I like to just talk sometimes.

By Sunday, we still felt like we really hadn't spent all that much time together. Just because you are having a girls' weekend doesn't mean that life just stops, or that you stop being a wife and mother. We still had obligations to attend to,  but we still got some Nikki/Jenna time.

I love you Nikki, you are one of my oldest friends and I am so glad to be a part of your life. You have taught me so much these last few years and I can not wait to go on a big time vacay!!!

I am so glad you came!!!


 




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Nikki McCallum said…
Awwwww!!! You're so sweet! Our friendship means so very much to me...Always has and always will! Love you, girl!

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