Tuesday, July 20, 2010

MNO (Mom's Night Out)

"Good Morning, Good Morning."
(Sorry, a little bit of an inside joke for my mommy friends.)
I had a mom's night out this past weekend.

Every mom needs one of these at some point in their life -- a time to get away from the hubby and the kids for a day or two and hang out with some friends (other mommies).

I finally took some time away for myself. I needed it. I've been such a stressed out mess lately, and it's all been causing me to lose sleep and not focus on my daily activities.

I got together with some of Little A's friends mommies over the weekend. We stayed the night over at the Theodore Hotel. We arrived early with all of our snacks and alcohol for a preliminary night on the town. Our friend Tracy, was able to hook us up with a super deal at the hotel with a room that has never previously been occupied.

Our beds for the night.

Half of our bathroom.

Rochelle in 80's glasses.

For some reason, I still think these glasses rock! Diana and I with just a few drinks inWe began our night out at KYOTO....not to be confused with Kyoto Bowl which is completely different. They served us up some excellent teppanyaki food.

I had some delicious scallops which I hope weren't from the Gulf.

My eyebrows nearly came off after Caesar torched the table.

There's nothing more Japanese than a Mexican serving teppanyaki--nothing.

We had some saki bombers and I broke my glass while trying to do it. I am still not sure how it happened. It was definitely a first for me.

We headed over to Saddle Ranch afterward, and Diana had a wonderful time riding the mechanical bull.I would show you the video, but I would like to keep this post as clean as possible. :)

Tracy with her napkin rose.
I ran into one of my co-workers while I was there. Monica was wearing 12 inch heels, so I was happy she stooped down for this photo.
From there we headed over to Gilligan's where we met this rubber fist. I don't really know who owned it or why it was brought to this bar, but it ended up at our table.

Our mommy friend, Melissa, joined us here and we were so glad she came.

We stopped by Dos Gringos afterward for some dancing. Only to find out that the top floor (where they usually have dancing) was closed. Boooooo Dos Gringos for probably not hiring a DJ for the night and then making it seem like you were doing construction upstairs.....Booooo!!

CHEERS!


We visited Devils Martini which was COMPLETELY dead and also to the Whitehouse where we were finally able to dance our booties off.
I have pictures from both events, but for some reason blogger was lazy and didn't add those pictures. And since blogger makes you drag all your pictures down to the bottom, I am going to be lazy and not add them--so there!
I had an awesome time with this crew and I hope we do it again.

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