Girls sleepover stories

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In a moment of sheer stupidity, we agreed to invite eight of her girlfriends over to our house for a frenzy of food, fun and games — and maybe a little sleep. Individually, these girls are lovely. But wow, put them in a group and add a little sugar?

Girls sleepover stories

We could power the next spaceship to the moon on that giddy, girlie hyperactivity. I think our first mistake was timing. We started the party at 4 pm, and pick up time was not scheduled until 1 pm the following day. What were we thinking?!?!?

Ava gets a lot of credit, though, because she organized a vintage movieland party theme, and a bunch of elaborate games to keep the guests entertained. We even had an old-fashioned popcorn machine on wheels like they have at the Fair.

Ava was pretty ingenious really. There was an old alarm clock, a candlestick, an antique cut-glass drinking goblet, one of those frightening porcelain dolls like from an old horror flick, and some other stuff. The girls were challenged to use their Girls sleepover stories to take an artsy picture of one of the items, making it look pretty by using lighting or filters.

The were fairly impressive — these kids know how to use their phones for sure. That doll from the Ugly to Pretty game still haunts me from the shadows. So, that whole episode took a whopping 20 minutes of party time. Only 16 hours to go.

Girls sleepover stories

Thank god for that popcorn machine. And pizza delivery.

Girls sleepover stories

Not looking worse for the wear, these teens are actually sugar fiends. Crack of dawn, and I heard the clomp clomp clomp of heavy feet on the hardwood floors. Creeping downstairs for my coffee, I saw them bunched together in groups, whispering. The dogs helped. Pin it! Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. It was hideous. I know the neighbors would prefer you not screaming. Turns out they were wondering what was for breakfast. Man, those teens can EAT. : That First Homecoming Dance.

Girls sleepover stories

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