Senior Nights & Decision’s….

As every senior night approaches more quickly than the previous, my best friends and I turn to our group chat to discuss what we are going to be. The theme’s are always so fun to plan for and decide what you want to wear or who you want to be, but boy, does a lot of effort go into deciding on what to be.

The girls and I had a really difficult time with this month’s theme, 90’s throwback. We went around and around in circles of what to be: 90’s rappers, the cast of the Rugrats, Christopher Columbus (he was from 1492), and a ton of others. Whenever we would start to decide what to be, we would somehow get off topic and end up talking about something else.

Finally, on the Tuesday night before that Thursday’s senior night, as we gathered around a few beers I finally said that we had to decide once and for all. Within minutes, we decided what we wanted to be and all shared laughs and stories about our memories with a favorite 90’s toy of all of ours.

It isn’t really that shocking, but it was too ironic. that we were able to come up with an amazing idea in 5 minutes over some beers in one of our favorite bars, yet for two weeks (!!!) we couldn’t think of a freakin’ thing! Guess it goes to show you, beer makes the brain grow stronger. 

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2’s, 4’s, and 6’s…

So here is my theory. Take it or leave it. Girls in groups of any size all bring different quirks, and problems, and drama. It’s hard to appease six people in any situation, and its even harder to make six girls happy who all have their own opinion (and strong may I add). Someone is always not going to be happy and wishing they were something else. This is what starts drama in groups of friends most of the time. Now, don’t get m wrong, I love all six of my best girlfriends, but its always hard to make everyone excited for the next plan. 
Girls I’m groups of four are another story. Normally, all four can agree on something to do and where we all want to go. Four is a great number, in that nobody feels left out or over powered, and everyone has a desire to be at or doing what they want. 
Two. Two’s are great because this is when you really can catch up with your friend and there are no other opinions but the two or yours to decide what you want to do. 
Some of my most special memories come from hanging out in two’s or fours, but the most fun stories and the hardest laughs come from hanging out with my six best friends. So, what’s the trade off?