first night sleeping away from Ashlyn felt wierd. Even though I didn't
have to worry about getting up for feedings or diaper changes, I found
myself waking up often last night. Don't know if it's just me or if
other mothers experience this, but every so often, I swear I can hear
her crying. Freaky, huh?
We decided to make our snowman into a snow-woman, since the base looked like a dress. She stood about 5' 3" and resembled "Aunt Jemima". Pete pillaged the kitchen for "face-stuff". Our snow-woman had coal for eyes, carrot stick for a nose, a fruit roll-up smile, and a salted prune necklace. hehehe Tally even added flower petals for eyelashes. Our snow-woman was a hottie! We were done by the time the first half of the group came back from snowboarding.
The rest of the snowboarders came back by 5pm. Almost all of them looked wind-burned and like they biffed it pretty bad at some point. We all ate dinner and played board games and PS2, and ate some more. Mayu made a yummy chocolate fondue!
Later in the evening we gathered, around the dining table with drinks
in hand, to play "I Have Never..". The object of this game
is to make others drink while finding out all sorts of nasty little
tidbits about one another. For example: "I have never engaged in
sexual activity in a public place". Whoever has, has to drink.
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