Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Friend Weekend

Over the weekend Kari and I had some friends up to the cabin for a little getaway. It was AMAZING! To start, we couldn't have asked for better weather. Sunny, dry and hot! The Man Friend was able to come which was great. We had never spent so much time together since we met and we never had any issues and I'm certainly not tired of seeing him.

Everyone's timing was pretty right on. As we pulled up to a stop sign just of 35W I received a text from Kari of my car. They were right behind us! When we pulled up to the cabin, Tim was there and just cracked his first beer of the weekend.

There's me and the Man in my little silver car
Friday night, Erin and Kristin joined us after dinner. We played Apples to Apples, listened to music, had a bon fire and everyone got to witness a frog commit suicide as it leaped for the birhgt flames and wasn't able to make its way out.

Saturday though, that's where the real fun begins! All the girls got up and went for a run while the boys slept in. We made breakfast sandwiches and fruit for breakfast and before we knew it, it was time to get on the boat! We took a little tour of the lake before we picked up Erin and Kristin and headed for the sandbar. In about 2.2 seconds the beer pong table was in the water and things started to get a little rowdy. At one point, we even ran out of beer so we had to make a beer run back to the cabin.

Beer pong at the sand bar!
We took lots and lots of secret shots, we danced, we had heart-to-heart conversations that you can only have after an afternoon of floating pong and floating flip cup, we swam and sang at the top of our lungs.

When we ran out of beer, again, we piled everyone back up into the boat and headed back for the cabin, with a detour at the Kotoski's. Oh, how I don't remember that pit stop. I sure hope I didn't make a fool, but then again, it's family. They know me :)

We attempted a 'too drunk to make a nice dinner' dinner, of garlic mashed potatoes, roasted broccoli and pork tenderloin. My potatoes were like soup. I had no clue what I was doing, I usually rock at potatoes! After dinner some of us got a game of Boom going. If you've never played, play it! It's like beer pong + quarters on steriods! After a rowdy game of Boom, we all, once again made it out to the fire where you could see the wear and tear the day had on everyone.

I can't wait to get back up there with friends again. However, weekends like that can only happen about twice a summer. In my old age, I can't party like I used to. My liver is still hurting.

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