Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Kristin and the Bachelorettes!
Sure, getting married is a good time. And bridal showers bring in a lot of quality kitchen products. However, if you're anything like my friends, the real action is at the bachelorette party. There is no dress code (besides the matching T-shirts) no etiquette protocal (besides making sure that everyone has a drink, and Diet Coke doesn't count) and there is no schedule (besides making sure that the minimum of four bars have been visited.)
That said, about two weeks ago a gaggle of us Syracuse Ladies feted Kristin's upcoming nuptuals. It started with a dinner that I've already posted about and then we planned a pub crawl around Chelsea. However, just as we got to Serena (under the Chelsea hotel) everyone's digicams magically died out. Always the innovator, I ran around the corner to the local CVS where I picked up some disposable cameras for the evening. At $2.40 a pop (talk about a sale!) I couldn't help but pick up three.
The enormous batch of photos are all on Flickr, but here are some highlights:
Dancing! [Bonus Points for Being on the Bar]
Fraternizing With the Locals!
And Some Run-of-the-Mill Girl Bonding!
Good times were had by all. Let me know the next time one of you wants to get hitched. I'll come out, camera in hand.
This weekend I'll be at the Kurlander/Hild wedding in New Rochelle. Let's do it up!