It's me, Saige. I'm back to finish my post about our super fun party for Isabelle!
I hurried and did my homework as soon as I got home from school today but boy was I tired! I could barely keep my eyes open in Algebra class until my teacher randomly called on me to come up to the smart board and solve a problem.....oh boy, THAT opened my eyes for sure!!!!! I should NOT have stayed up as late as I did last night. Not gonna do that again!
So, back to where I left off last night; After Lanie and Isabelle had some get-to-know-each-other time, all four of us Girl Of The Year girls started talking about how special it was to be 'that' girl. It's so much fun but it is also a big responsibility to do the right thing, set good examples and make a positive difference in the lives around us. McKenna, Lanie and I had fun sharing our stories with Isabelle. We're anxious to find out more about her story during her visit.
I finished up my punch and was going back to get some more when I burst out laughing.....poor Harper was Meatloaf's current quest for a playmate. She was trying to politely "shoo" him away but he was having none of it! None, nada, zippo, zilch! Too, too funny!
Just then I overheard Cindy telling Trey that he could now have some of his favorite cookies.....BUT, not 15 of them at one time! "No scarfing, Trey!" Cindy scolded. In my mind I was thinking; Yeah, good luck with that!
Got back just in time for a quick photo of us all together as the party was starting to wind down. And, Oh.M.Gee. There was Meatloaf.....again. That dog is the most persistent dog I know! Fortunately, Meatloaf finally found a willing playmate.....seriously; I was thanking God for Coconut in that moment! Off they ran, chasing that poor green balloon all over the kitchen - it's amazing it didn't go POP! Secretly I was wishing it would just to see Meatloaf hit the deck. :) Too bad my wish didn't come true!
Lanie wanted a photo of just her and Isabelle together. Lanie has really taken to Isabelle. She thinks they could easily be sisters. I definitely think they could too! All though, I must confide that Isabelle's eyes are more of a greyish-hazel color as opposed to Lanie's greenish-hazel eyes. Still, if you saw them on the street, I bet you'd swear they were sisters for sure!
This was the last photo before I sent Lanie to bed. They both look so sweet together, don't you think? ♥
Well, I hope you enjoyed our party photos. I know I speak for all the girls here at the dorm when I say that we all sure had fun welcoming Isabelle to our dorm for her visit. Each of us hopes to spend the next few days just hanging out around the dorm getting to know Isabelle better. I'm sure we'll have more to share in a few days! ~Saige ♥