When Ice, Ice, Baby is playing, I will always do the running man.
It's true. Just like I cannot listen to Bust A Move without obnoxiously rapping all the lyrics - she's dressed in yellow, she says hello, come sit next to me you fine fellow - I cannot hear Ice, Ice, Baby without immediately breaking out the running man. I also discovered that I always want to join the conga line, and that I have a secret, show-offy wish for limbo contests. Sadly, no limbo contests manifested themselves this weekend.
|Fine, I'll have to just have my OWN limbo contest.|
Big thanks to Erica Ehm and the Yummy Mummy Club for getting me to Blissdom. Meeting everyone at YMC who I've known for years but have never met in person was truly incredible. Every single person I met this weekend was warm, kind, and some kind of wonderful.
I LOVE writing for this woman! If you're vegan, vegetarian, or just interested in the occasional meatless meal, you should check out my recipe blog over at Yummy Mummy Club, if you aren't already.
Speaking of awesome recipes....
Julie van Rosendaal, a.k.a. Dinner with Julie, is an absolutely amazing person. So fun, so warm, so generous and kind. I'm thrilled to call her my friend! Also, we share a love of lentils.
Speaking of friends (and lentils?) this is my favourite picture from the weekend:
What a blast to hang out with Allison and Hannah, who indulged me in my running man/ disco dance moves. We laughed all weekend long. I met so many wonderful people this weekend, I cannot even begin to name them all, but suffice it to say every person I met exceeded my expectations of awesomeness.
But, all that pajama partying left me kind of tired, which is to say I really needed a cup (or five) of coffee this morning.
Cute mug, right?
That's my post shower, OMG I NEED A COFFEE I'VE BEEN UP FOR THREE HOURS AND IT'S ONLY 7:30 face. I'm happy to have gone, happy to be home, and now I need to figure out how I'm going to manage the after-school hour for the upcoming book fair...anyone?