Girls Night Out

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      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Tressa Watts

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      > I dont know where you live…but we like to go wine tasting. It is

      free!!!!! and we always have alot of fun. (make sure you have a

      driver..there is usually one who is prego at the time..lol) i live in

      a small town of 2400 people but we have 13 wineries…..in a 5 mile

      radius. Very relaxing places and during the week very quiet…..until

      we get there of course! lol

      > tressa

      > also meet at one persons house….(who has their children somewhere

      else)….and have a pedicure party!!! i have 5 friends who we have

      been together for 30 years since kindergarten so doing each other

      toes is no big deal…LOL

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      > To: Budget101_@…: pseuzanne@…: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 20:48:25

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      > Two of my friends and I (all moms of toddlers) are planning a Girls

      Night Out in a couple weeks. This is a rare occurence for us. I’m

      trying to come up with something to do that won’t cost much money, as

      we’re all on tight budgets. It would be very relaxing to go out to

      dinner and have an uninterrupted meal and adult conversation…but

      that can get pricey. Any ideas? We don’t want to stay out TOO late,

      because the munchkins wake us up early in the morning.Suzanne

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      I understand about being on a budget. But I also understand that

      everyone needs piece of mind.

      Going out to dinner is a great way to get it. Myself and my best

      friend from High school have done that for years. We meet atleast

      once a month. We go out to eat, talk over coffee and split the bill.

      It’s a nice break and adult conversation is a must!!

      My kids are now 17 and 13 but we still do that. Infact my best

      friend just had a set of twins 10 weeks ago today and she said to me

      last night I love my babies but we need to meet for dinner. Now she

      know what I was talking about when I said I needed the adult

      conversation lol..

      So go out! Go to dinner its worth the money and your sanity for a

      couple of hours of enjoyment.

      Kelly in IL

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