|They were wondering where I've been.|
The selected DVD, random though it was, proved to be perfect, because it brought up the few episodes where Carrie is post-Berger (ie. Post-It Guy) and getting back to girl time with her ladies. Miranda makes it back into her skinny jeans after having a baby and avoids her ex's new girlfriend, Samantha is risque as always (she's my fav) and Charlotte gets engaged and married to her second husband, who proves to be way better of a fit for her than the first fling.
A few episodes of this stuff later, though, and now I want to go on the record to say that I would be ok with scheduling in (to our already way overly crazy planners) a few ladies brunches in the near future. Any of you fine ladies out there in? Let's do the whole Mimosa and Bloody Mary lazy Sunday brunch thing. I'd be willing to skip a late night or two to save up for it. Both the money and the energy, that is. I realize that we aren't like 70, but I will be the first to admit that weekend mornings are sacred - valuable time spent on the couch with the Sunday paper and coffee! But some well-planned outings here and there might make them all that much more fun.
Men. We can meet for beers. I don't like to discriminate, after all :)