Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Couples Retreat

Sorry we have sort of abandoned our blog life and anyone cool enough to care about us!

While Paige and I have had our blog absence all sorts of important things happened:

I went to a wedding and wasn't the drunkest person there (Kristy was)


Paige introduced me to Silly Bandz


Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted wearing Silly Bandz


Al Gore's affair with Larry David's wife was discovered


Paige had to work on the weekend (but she got to throw back a few while doing so)


The USA got booted out of the world cup


Holly watched Shawn drink a wine spritzer


I found a new place with an outstanding 2 for 1 margarita deal



So much to discuss!
Well let's not because bigger and better things are happening.
Paige and I have been C- friends for the past two weeks thanks to our busy schedules and the fact that we both haven't retired yet and can't just hang out and watch Ramona Singer drink Pinot Grigio while we are ourselves drink Pinot Grigio all day. So we are going on an Americana-themed couples retreat this weekend! We will be apart of each others lives, eating schedules, and dreams for four whole days!


Last year's retreat. This table is filled with love and crab.


Here is what we hope to achieve during our couples retreat:

To make* a 4th of July cake that looks like this:



Drink wine and look for Joe Biden at the Wilmington Country Club



...in matching patriotic bikinis



Gossip about Chessie with Paige's Mom


Of course the biggest goal for this weekend is to rekindle our love for each other and buy some new (matching!) Silly Bandz.

We will also undoubtedly eat to our hearts desire while watching hours and hours of HBO and getting sunburns while mixing anything with gin and making weird jokes. So making our Moms proud!

Again, sorry for the lack of posts and please come see us next Wednesday or maybe Thursday to see how the cake turned out!

Forever Your Girls,

Holly and Paige

*The chances of us attempting to make this cake are pretty good. The chances of us instead making cake batter and mixing that with a tub of frosting are better. Just saying...

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