Dot sauntered in the hotel room around 5:00 p.m. like she owned the place...and that's what we love about her. She's a one-of-a-kind kind of woman. Anybody who knows her knows what I mean by that. We gave her a quick tour of the room and assigned her sleeping quarters. As we got to the kitchen, we decided to take a quick inventory of what everyone brought and what, if anything, we needed to pick up. The only thing we clearly didn't have enough of was margarita fixin's so we all four piled into Dot's car and headed straight for the local Publix in Coral Shores to pick up some Jose Cuervo, margarita mix and salt. Then it was back to the hotel room so Liz could perform her magic.
All four of us sat down at the table and enjoyed some time of girl-talk about every subject you could think of. The nachos hit-the-spot and we devoured them within a matter of minutes. Liz's margaritas were to bomb!! We each had at least two....maybe more. It's hard to count past two when you've had a couple of them to begin with. The evening was moving along splendidly. Dot pulled the blinds up and opened the windows so the bay breeze could blow in. The sun had and we decided to carry on the festivities outdoors...maybe do a little night fishing.
Dot's arrival earlier in the day just added another level of fun Friday evening. We didn't catch any fish during our night-fishing adventure but we didn't care...there was margarita mix in the kitchen and there's not better way to drown your sorrows than that. Clearly, we weren't too upset about it!! We decided to retire at around 9:30 p.m. or so. Me on the couch, Dot and Liz on each of the beds, and Marilee on the cot. It was comfortable enough and we slept like rocks.
We're just a bunch of ladies having fun on the water.