Before. Feel free to admire the beautiful ring!
We had a really fun time getting pampered (they don't just do the toenails, the massage your legs up to the knee!). And I can honestly say my feet have never looked better. The only problem is that they've been freezing ever since I got home because I can't bear to wear socks, but hardwood is cold!
Can you fan your feet out til they form a straight line?
We got a little goofy toward the end. It really started when we decided to get a picture of all of our feet. Mindy was still getting her nails done (hands), so we were sort of waddling around the place, in the thin foam flip flops, laughing and being goofy. It escalated when Loralee got yelled at for putting on her shoes and messing up the jewels that had been put on her big toe (she said it was ok. He made her sit down and let him fix it - and then she had to stay put until it was dry!). At one point I wondered if our goofiness might give Mindy second thoughts about joining the family. Thankfully, it didn't!
Loralee after getting in trouble for putting her shoes on and messing up the jewels.
The guy fixing Loralee's "ruined" nail.
The finished product. Perfection.
Note: they were all messed up when we got home. Shhh...don't tell the guy!
After we were all dry, we went for lunch, and then returned to the reality that is the day before the wedding! But it was a really fun afternoon out!
Our finished feet
Mindy (far left), Loralee (top), Denise (far right), and me (bottom)
I am thankful for:
Fun time with family
Arbys (which you cannot find in Mass)
A creative/crafty new sister-friend who inspires me to just try creating.
A fun afternoon with the girls
That I am learning how to better use my amazing camera to take better pictures (hopefully)
3 angel babies who made the 3:1 ratio doable
Good friends - the kind where you can go without seeing them for a while and pick up right where you left off