We were experimenting with a new technique... pouring drips of polish on the surface of water and then dipping your nail in. The result is a colorful, marbled, tie-die look. Very cool! Unless you're me :/
Tori: There are so many great color combinations, I don't know what to choose!
Me: They all look great. Choose one! I've done my thumb 13 times now and it still looks like Shrek exploded on it.
Meanwhile, in the other room there was a very loud and animated game of I-can't-remember-what-it's-called going on amongst Davy and his friends. All I know is they slap each other around a lot, laugh a lot, yell a lot, and Erika usually wins.
More friends squeezed in later to watch a movie and say goodbye to Liam's friend Matt who had been here visiting from England. Let's see... from bottom right going clockwise: Erika, Davy, Matt, Darren's legs, John, Liam, Elliot, and the Mouse on the floor. Oh, and did I mention my husband and his singing partner were in the studio practicing? No? It was a VERY loud, and VERY lively, and VERY awesome Friday night!
Here are the results of my first attempt at nail dipping. Okay, maybe not so impressive :/ And I finally gave up on my Shrek thumb. But I do think it's cool how the nail on my pointer finger vaguely resembles the Union Jack flag :) And I will definitely try dipping again! Most of all I just *loved* having my girls over :)
Saturday all the boys went and saw "Cowboys and Aliens", and Saturday night we had Round Table pizza OF COURSE. When we got home from church on Sunday, John said he felt like making a cake. (but you have to say it "KECK" like Martin Short in Father of the Bride) John's "KECK" turned out great! I like how he enjoys making little curlycues with the frosting, hehe. He's always done that :)