I loved the champagne Bowling idea and was truly sad I couldn't be there. I love to bowl (although I took my kids two weeks ago and I stink at it! I bowled a 67. My four-year-old daughter Melania bowled a 72! That pretty much says it all! GEEZ!) I had a blast though, and know it would have been a good time. Well, um, except there was quite a bit of drama that night.
This was one of those times that Sarah should have just let it go. Yes Vicki was a little abrupt to Sarah when she was only trying to say hello, but I have to admit that Sarah's approach was not so suave. I am not sure that if I had been Vicki if I would have reacted any differently than saying no and walking away. When Sarah kept following Vicki around and saying the same thing over and over, Sarah looked like she is trying to start a fight. I spoke to Sarah right after that bowling party and I know that was not her intentions; Sarah was upset that Vicki blew her off. However, I told Sarah she definitely should have dropped it the first time Vicki said she didn't want to talk to her. Maybe champagne and bowling don't go well together after all.
Heather did say we aren't the kind of girls who like champagne and caviar. Perhaps she should rethink this statement. I think Ashleigh Brilliant said it the best, "Be kind to unkind people, they need it the most."
I am so thankful for all of you and would not be here today without the love and support from you. Thank you for the positive feedback and I appreciate all of your love and support on Facebook and I really enjoy all of our conversations on twitter!
We are taking the kids on a two-night getaway since it's spring break, so I'll definitely need a nap on Saturday! LOL!