This past weekend I was able to do something I haven't been able to do since I was probably in high school.
(No, not see my collar bones, that ship has sailed.)
I was able to take part in Card Night at Momma's house.
This is something I have truly missed over the past few years.
Growing up, Momma and a group of her friends would all get together to eat and play cards and eat.
(Maybe this does have something to do with the fact I can't see my collar bones. Or my knee caps.)
So, we got it all organized and there were 8 players total.
We figured playing Phase 10 would be a no go, so we decided to play Pokeno.
But first came the food.
After we all had our first course, we began playing.
Pokeno is fun, but that's not what made the night so delightful.
Stories of awkward doctor's visits, spa experiences, talk about family and work, and being with a group of women who aren't afraid to laugh-- that's what made the night special.
And the cheese cake.
And the pepper jelly with cream cheese.
And the cream cheese stuffed jalapenos.
Hmm...maybe Philadelphia Cream Cheese company has something to do with conspiracy to hide my clavicles.