We like to travel together and do so as much as we can. There's no fussing or fighting. We all get along really well together and are super considerate of each other. This is my oldest posse. And I love them to pieces.
With strict guidance from me. I set the camera up and he just had to push the button. He was a good sport and we had some laughs with him.
I count on these women for moral support, emotional support, and heaps of love. They are my champions and some of the fiercest women I know when it comes to their friends.
While we all can't be together every time we gather, we cherish the times we have and enjoy the ones who are there.
So tonight there were four of us together. B (another B!), farthest on the right, is moving back to this part of the country. She got a job up here and she'll be moving back in a couple weeks. We are all so excited since she'll be an hour and a half away from us instead of twenty four hours. We can meet in the middle for dinner whenever we want!
She flew in for the job interview so we made plans to have dinner together - there were four of us (pictured in one of the photos above where we're peeking out of windows). We face timed with C, second from the right in the photo above. We're currently working on trying to get her back here too.
The pizza was delicious, the company was great fun and when we finished eating S wanted to look at the dessert menu. We picked a couple desserts and ordered them. After about ten seconds, S said, "We should have gone to the dairy barn!" The dairy barn is a local ice cream place on the university campus and they make the most delicious ice cream. We looked up their hours, found out they were closing in fifteen minutes, and decided we could make it there in time. We canceled our dessert order, threw money on the table and just about ran out of the restaurant, yelling at each other to get in the car quick and drive!
We laughed all the way to the ice cream barn, reminiscing about how much it reminded us of high school. Driving around, looking for some place to go, searching for food, and laughing the entire time. No matter how much things change, some things stay the same.
We got our ice cream and sat out under the stars on a picnic bench, talking and laughing for the rest of the evening. Gosh, I love spending time with these friends.
Thanks for a great evening, dear ones.