After a few, okay more than a few, drinks, and some late night dancing Friday night I was feeling a little dehydrated yesterday. Nothing a half a gallon of water and some scrambled eggs couldn’t fix but dehydrated nonetheless. It has probably been since my sisters 21st birthday night out that I woke up feeling so parched.
Luke’s Company Christmas party was Friday night. After searching for a good month or more I finally found a cute dress that wasn’t black. I needed color this year, instead of the blacks, grays an browns I have worn in years past and I was able to find it in a super cute purpley-fuschia dress.
I am normally more of a earth-tones kind of gal and I was planning on finding a red dress but this dress caught my eye and the rest is history. It helped that it fit well too, which make me thankful for my gym membership. Since I know that there are people that will want to know this (Michelle, and Colleen in particular) and I don’t want to get into any trouble the skirt of the dress goes down to just below my knees and is fitted like a pencil skirt and I wore it will black leather closed toe pumps.
It was a fun night. It is always nice to get out of the house feeling all beautiful with my husband. It was a casino party so there was gambling and dancing and food and drink and a good night was has by all.
Even though Luke had been up since 2:30am trying to get home from his business trip we headed out with some coworkers and their spouses to a local club thus allowing me to dance even more to a lot of loud gangsta rap. I am not a fan of gangsta rap but they could have been playing just about anything and I would have had a blast dancing around the floor with all of the wives in the group. I think he had fun too, at least I hope he did because he was up for 24 hours straight because of it. He is a good husband. Luckily we had wonderful babysitters that kept Maddy over night so we were also able to sleep in until 10:00am! I haven’t slept in that late since way before Maddy was born, it was awesome.
It is fun being out with other adults all acting like we don’t have any responsibilities beyond the college aged kids at the club with their term papers and study groups. I am slowly learning through my Mommy Evolution that it is a lot fun to not take life to seriously every once and a while.