This week we had our last MOPS meeting at our church. (For those of you who don't know what MOPS is, check out MOPS International's website.) Since it was the last meeting, we decided to have some fun with it, so we had a pajama party!
*sigh* I just love pajama parties.
Because I love pajamas.
But anyway! The person who came with the craziest pajamas won a prize. I didn't really have crazy pajamas that were prize-worthy, so I had to get creative. I decided to up the ante with a throw back to something I loved as a girl.
That's right people, I rolled my hair up in my daughter's sponge rollers (with her help) and we giggled and laughed the whole time.
And then when we finished, I realized something......
How am I going to get to church like this?!
I couldn't find a hat that would cover it.
I couldn't find a scarf that would work.
So in the end I drove 15 minutes across town like this.
I looked awesome.
About half way to church I realized that I had forgotten to bring my "favorite munchie" for our snack. I thought about stopping at a grocery store on the way, and I NEARLY did. But in the end decided I just didn't have the nerve to walk through a store in my pajamas with sponge rollers in my hair (even if that would have made this blog post THAT much better).
When I got to MOPS everyone had a nice laugh over my curlers and wanted to know how many people stared at me as I drove down the street this way.
"I don't know! I purposely didn't look because I didn't want to know!" I said.
Well, technically I did steal two glances at cars beside me when I first pulled out into traffic. Both of the cars drivers didn't seem to notice me so I decided to not look at anymore! But I did laugh a whole lot on the way to church. Especially as I drove through intersections with a bunch of stopped traffic.
So basically, if you live in Toledo and saw a random woman driving down the road with sponge rollers in her hair laughing at nothing in particular, that was me, mkay?
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