I don't do girls night out. I don't drink and don't like "going out". I am married with kids, and majority of my friends are still having "fun". They have not morphed into mommy-mode and are still rather immature.
Thursdays + 9:30 p.m. = GIRLS NIGHT OUT(Fri, Sat & Sun are considered party days)
My friends just don't grasp the concept that I am in bed by 10pm and I get up for 5 am. I would with out a doubt be partying it down if I could sleep till noon, didn't have kids, jobless and still lived under my parents roof, but that's not my life.
If I thankfully declined the offer 20 times to go out, chances are I just don't EVER feel like going out.
I get called an old geezer because I am responsible and do not revolve my life around alcohol.
HOW OFTEN DO YOU DO A GIRLS NIGHT OUT?
I'm like you. It's so awesome to see someone else feels the same way. On occasion I will go to a movie or something with my husband. I'm a Mommy. If I wanted to party and be a teenager for the rest of my life, I would not have had kids. I like to have an adult beverage on occasion but I do it at home and after the kids are in bed. If I start to feel buzzed, I quit. No point in getting sloppy drunk. You can't enjoy it and it ruins the next day. I'm extremely tame considering some of the nonsense that goes on around this base. Maybe other women need to escape or something. No girls night can touch what I've got goin' on here at home! If you have or want the kind of home that you and your family WANT to come home to....join the real Ladies at SWWD! Live your fairy-tale romance :)
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