But before I had this fact confirmed, I had a lovely day with Amy & Rachel. Breakfast was cereal and 1/3 of the 3 types of cupcakes from the night before. Then Rachel had a couple of appointments and Amy had to work. So I watched Olympic events on my phone and worked on Rachel's laptop.
For lunch, Amy made us Caprese sandwiches (fresh mozarella, tomatoes, basil, olive oil on a baguette) and we sat outside on their back porch eating lunch. It was a little warm, but pleasant nonetheless.
When Amy was done with work, the two of us took a walk to her library and around the neighboring area. Then we three rode bikes to Pizza Lucé where we met up with two friends of the girls. We had artichoke dip (very tangy and yummy with a little bit of heat) and bread followed by two pizzas - the Ruby Rae and the Pizza Athena. I also had two Angry Orchard hard ciders while the girls shared two pitchers of Summit Oktoberfest (hey, it's August already!)
Before I left on this trip, dad had given me some Bad Girl money, so I thought our Pizza Lucé "beer & pizza" night was a perfect Bad Girl time. So thanks dad for last night's wonderful supper (and today's breakfast).
We then rode to Crema, a coffee and ice cream shop just a few blocks away. I tasted their sweet corn ice cream (yup, tasted of sweet corn!) and mint truffle ice cream (wrong type of mint for me) and then settled on their ultimate chocolate ice cream and their homemade caramel ice cream. Very yummy.
It was dark when we left, so I stuck close to Amy on the bike ride back, with a red flashing light attached to my backside. A&R's friends were waiting for us when we got there (they had driven) and we chatted while we waited for Rachel to return from checking on the kitty she's looking in on this weekend for a friend.
Once Rachel had returned, we start playing the game that I bought A&R for their anniversary (which is still almost 2 weeks away): Cards Against Humanity (a party game for horrible people). This game had been recommended on Twitter and I loved the premise. I figured the girls would love it, so I sent it to them before my arrival so I could play too.
So the five of us played the game and laughed throughout the whole process. It was so funny and so horrible. And when the game was done, I had won - I was the most horrible person in the room! :-) So now you know!