So this weekend, I finally got a chance to hang out with some of my girl friends. And the next day I was thinking about how much fun it was on Friday. Then I got a bit self-conscious and hoped that my friends had fun and were relaxed enough. It got me thinking about what other girls would normally do during a hang out. So that’s what brought me to my blogspot. So here’s what happened: It was bit difficult getting things together since just about everyone who I invited didn't have a ride. So in the end, just about everyone who could fit in my car came to hang out Friday afternoon. We all took my bus home and hung out in my bedroom, which I tried to frantically clean up while they were over (I did succeed since I’m fairly organized but I had to do my laundry over since I just stuffed everything back into my laundry basket). So they were all sitting at my bed we were talking/catching up on things and then we convinced my bestfriend to let us all do her makeup and hair over. So we straightened her hair and "purdied" (pretty-ed) her up with makeup. Then my dad drove us all to Panera, we got food and filled ourselves around 4:30. I really like Panera since it has a pretty wide range of food that just about anyone would love. After Panera with full tummies, we walked over to Marshall's to look around. We dressed each other up in funny, pretty, and funky clothing items and accessories which we got a good laugh out of. Then we went to RocheBrothers looking for a friend, but ended up finding one of my friend's cousin's there instead. After that we got picked up went home for a movie. Now I don’t know about you guys, but I fully believe that hanging out shouldn’t be something you dread since you have to keep up your façade or manners or something like that. I think it should be a way for you to let go and just be yourself and have fun. So my friends and I cuddled up in blankets and pillows on our comfy leather couches (foot rests popped out) and watched a movie with the sub-woofer up all the way and our awesome surround sound. And guess which movie we watched…. “Over the Hedge”. It was pretty funny, at least to me. I was surprised that my friends were actually pretty silent through the movie, usually when I watch movies with people its loud with people making a lot of comments all the time. Anyways, when my friends looked at me like are you serious when I got blankets out, that’s when I thought, “Am I being weird? Is this not normal.” And after I thought about it more, I thought, I realized it didn't matter. No matter what we do, as long as we can tare down those barriers that keep us uptight, it'll be fun for everyone, which is what matters most.