Lets talk about spa, baby.
As I mentioned in my last post, I got to hang out with my dearest old friend EE to celebrate the anniversary of her birth. For the record, so glad that you were born [before me], EE.
Thanks to her awesome wife, LB, we were sent to Bedford Springs to do girly things like get facials, massages, and eat our weight in awesome food. Check, Check, and Check! That joint is gorgeous.
|all of these were taken in the bug with the top down!|
And that's just the outside. Would you like to go in? Yes? Thought so.
|vanity in our bathroom.|
it pleased the 10 year old girls inside of us.
|full length mirror!|
hello inner 10 year old, why don't you go twirl!
|caught you EE!|
|the beds look like they want to hold you|
and do they ever.
Even the freaking hallways are gorgeous:
|en route to the spa.|
it's like a greek temple.
I would live there.
|I loved this wallpaper so much that I commented on how much I loved it...|
every time we walked passed.
|Breakfast in bed? Don't mind if I do!|
|even after 20 years of friendship, we're still as cute as we were in 6th grade.|
EE is as beautiful as ever!
Please bear in mind that I hadn't had a lot of sleep in the days prior to this mirror snap.
It was so amazing to settle back into a routine together. Putting on makeup in the bathroom mirror together, sharing secrets without a second thought, and finding out that - even though life has separated us by several hundred miles, and time has aged our hearts and minds, deep down we're still the same girls that shared secrets in our childhood bedrooms, and we are just as similar as ever.
Through all the talking and sharing, I realized that while so much has changed in our lives, circumstances, and zip codes - I still recognized my oldest soul friend. And I will always love her.
That realization, and this sign, were the very best part of the weekend.
Love you EE.