We had quite the eventful weekend -especially considering that our normal weekend in Charleston consists of dinner, Redbox movies, and maybe a little shopping or walking around downtown.

A group of us went to dinner on Friday night at Wasabi.  Honestly, after falling in love with O-ku, I swore that I'd never eat at Wasabi again because the standard of sushi just doesn't compare.  To my surprise, the food was amazing.  After dinner, we put our dancing shoes on & went to Trio, a big club downtown. I haven't been there in almost a year, so it was an interesting change.

...and because I love you all (knowing my pretty friend featured in this video is going to kill me), please enjoy:

On Saturday, we went to Folly Beach to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.  It was a gorgeous day at the beach -and tons of people were there to prove it!
I only snapped a couple photos...

On Sunday afternoon, we decided to go back to the beach, but this time, to lay out & take advantage of the 80 degree day.  It was nice to get a little color on these shoulders! 

Hope you all had happy weekends!


  1. I got a little sun on my face and shoulders yesterday at a soccer game! I miss being tan.

  2. looks like a great weekend girl :) and def nice to get some sun as well!

  3. haha that video!! That girl ROCKS!

  4. That video is AWESOME! I would have just as much of a blast singing that song too, lol!

  5. I love that it is finally feeling like summertime! Sounds like a fun weekend :)



  6. So jealous of the beach!!

    xo SideSmile,

  7. How fun to spend St. Patty's day on the beach!


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