Thursday, June 4, 2009

EAT ~ SLEEP ~ SHOP

Remember that book, Eat-Pray-Love? Well, the theme of my fabulous girls weekend in Charleston was more Eat-Sleep-Shop. Instead of searching for spiritual enlightenment, we searched for shoes! I had such a great time! I went with two lovely ladies who I am very proud to call my BFFs. We have been friends since our freshman year at College of Charleston - almost ten years of friendship! I can't believe it! We are planning to make this a yearly tradition. Here's a few photos of our trip....













Here we are on our old campus...it seems like yesterday we were all going to school there together!













Enjoying the most delicious cupcakes. Yes, we went back two days in a row. First day - vanilla. Second day - red velvet. Heaven!













We all sported our Jack Rogers all weekend!

















Soon-to-be Mommy Lindsay! She is having a boy in October! Isn't she adorable? :)













Yes, we spent a lot of time in bed.....eating candy. Shopping and eating out can be tiring!













Our final night, we ate at a restaurant on Sullivan's Island. Our trip went by too quickly! I cannot wait to go back again!

5 comments:

MG said...

Oh how I miss Charleston!

Isn't amazing how much the campus/area is changing? I went back last summer and couldn't believe my eyes!

Where did you eat on Sullivans? I love eating on the porch of Poe's Tavern!

Jules said...

It sounds like you had a wonderful weekend and you ladies are too cute! My husband is there on business right now I'm wishing that I would have tagged along.

Beantown Prepster said...

I LOVE Charleston! Looks like so much fun!

DAB said...

There's just nothing like BFF's - especially those that have known you for a long time so you can totally be yourself. You're all lucky to have each other, and I hope you make this a yearly tradition.

You're not only beautiful, but very funny!
xoxo
Your Mom ;-}

Allie in G'town said...

Went there in Oct and had pretty much the same itinerary, including the cupcakes! Loved it...