14 of us girls traveled to charleston, sc for our good friend mo's bachelorette party last weekend. we kind of killed it.
there were inflatable pool toys, a frozen drink machine, a james murphy cardboard cutout, poolside massages and manis, a limo joy ride, fancy restaurant, a surprise private 90s cover band playing poolside at our house, boat rides, tubing, BBQing, seashell bras, and multiple glow stick drops.
no one else get married. the bar is way too high. #modownhodown
i always love it when my family comes to visit us in nyc, especially now that we have the space for them to stay with us.
my dad and stepmom came for a quick weekend trip in april. we tooled around at the smorgasburg - i almost convinced my dad to try falafel for the first time, we walked the highline, ate tons of food and saw fleetwood mac at msg (which was soooo epic)
totally forgot to take pictures at 80% of those things i mentioned, but man was it nice to have them here.
when i was little a neighbor told me that on May Day - May 1st - you're supposed to put a present on your friend's doorstep for them to find. it could be a basket of flowers or a small gift, but just something small and to make them smile. why? no explanation, that was just what you do. i never cared to much about a Maypole (another may day activity), but every year i think about how i want to start this little gift tradition - how great it would be to leave surprise presents on the doorsteps of my friends every may 1st. well another year and no presents on my friend's doorsteps. oops. at least i wrote about it? i'm really gonna try harder next year.