This past weekend I had some much needed mommy time. With everything that has been going on and having to keep the peace between everyone in the house I really needed to get out, laugh and spend time with friends.
First I went to Jeff Dunham with some wonderful friends. I have not laughed that hard in a long time. The show was great and he talked about a restaurant in my home town, a restaurant that my friends and I love going to for drinks, laughs, dancing, and food. I must say I have not heard my home town mentioned more than that night. So because he talked so much about this restaurant we just had to go there.
Once there we saw a bunch of young football players with "Gamecock" on their shirts. They were so funny and all I could think was please don't ever let my daughter date a guy who wears "Gamecock" on his shirt.
The very next night I went out again, I know to nights in a row, crazy. This time I went to see the play D-cup Diatribes. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month I thought this was a great play to see. It is a one person show about women and the different phases of life with respect to her relationship with her breasts. I laughed, I cried, and had an amazing time. The show was awesome and I think my favorite part was the 11 year old girl; the actress did a superb job. She was funny, witty and brought to light many issues and feeling women go through, with respect to their breast.
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