We went up to Dallas this weekend for SMU's Homecoming. (year 9, friends. That's TEN years for a lot of my friends.) It was SO. Much. FUN. I have an amazing group of girl friends that make me laugh more than anyone ever. Seriously. So stinkin' funny. So amazing. It's amazing that we all ended up at school together. I wish I could be more eloquent about my love for these girls, but it stupifies me.
G$ went to his first parade. Had his first sucker. His first mardi gras beads. First Boulevard-ing experience. (Y'all in the SMU world bubble we say, "We don't tailgate. We boulevard.) Let me tell you--boulevarding involves some crazy expensive attire and tory burch boots on 18 year olds. It's fabulous and amazing. And ridiculous.
This girl here to my left (in the picture)--my Persian Princess friend. Looked at me in the middle of the game and said, "We white girls be melting." I looked around to see who she was talking about only to realize she meant--herself. I said. Ah-dine. You are NOT white. Adine is who's father I run in memory of with TNT. Katie (also pictured) and I decided that she is clearly not white if she doesn't have to wash her hair everyday. Yes, I realize I do not wash mine everyday--doesn't mean I don't need to. Y'all we are sisters. We can discuss these things.
*The Fountain. Red because we WON. It is like a "thing" to run from Dallas hall (nakers) to the fountain. None of us had done this. So, clothed. Here we go. We kept saying, "we're skinny dipping." Ben tried to remind us we weren't because we were fully dressed. I said, "Hey, let us have our moment." Notice my school spirit with my pony ears up!
3030 Daniel. Lived it. Loved it. Welcome back to the porch.
Ben and I stopped on our way home. to say it was a good weekend is an understatement.
And finally, here is a picture of Kate (her mom was walking the 3 day so we didn't get to see her.) But clearly, Kate is saying "Oh no he didn't." Or "once on the lips a lifetime on the hips G$. Do you know how many cals are in that scone?"