Sunday, 29 May 2005

All these parties.. Toby's Bday Party at Disaster House

I went to Vidal Sassoon today and got a quicky fringe trim by Nhi then Zach and i met up and went to the Puma Sample Sale. We were disappointed as we both couldn't find anything. We then went to A&E to help prepare some food for Saturday's party. Amy had a terrible experience by Lorainne so she didn't come with us to Toby's party. Zach and I arrived at 12:36am.. we stayed til about 3:20am then we got chips at a convenient store closeby. By the time Steve and I got onto our Finch E Bus, it was almost daylight.. oo-er!! A&E Housewarming Party at last!!
So much food! we made so much food but they were all soo good! We have a fruit platter with a few chocolate dipped items and arranged by moi! We made phyllo triangles with veggie curry and another variety with cheese and spinach. There's also these amazing veggie rice rolls with orange chilli dipping sauce. Amy had these smoked turkey with roasted red pepper jelly on crackers. Plus veggie platter with various dips. We had the screening of Amy's documentary when she worked on during her stay in Montreal, Chairman George, which debut on CTV the same evening. Guests arrived much later.. it was fun, glad everyone showed up and the party dismissed around midnight as most of us were heading to another party.. Ursula's Bday Party above The Bagel
I don't even know where to begin.. I'm too lazy to write and i think i'm going to take a break from these parties for a while.. Yes, i'm snubbing again! You can just go look at the pix from this party... here!

Thursday, 26 May 2005

Ciao Vice Party

Goodbye Queen St, Hello Parkdale!
The stylish "hipster" store is moving on west, west to Lansdowne on Queen W. They held their last party tonite at the store. All the Vice boys all dressed up in suits with frilly shirts. I'm going to miss my break chatters and mingling with all the staff there, the store will be greatly missed at that location, and picking up free Vice Magazine and CD/DVD each month will not be as convenience. I'll also miss my discount, all the free booze at all the Vice parties...

Tuesday, 24 May 2005

Film: Crash

*** USA/Germany. 113 min. Colour 2004. Written & Directed by Paul Haggis. Cast: Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Jennifer Esposito, Brendan Fraser, William Fichtner, Ludacris, Thandie Newton, Ryan Phillippe. @ 1:30 pm Cineplex Odeon on Granville with Mike.

With a plot surrounds car accidents, Paul Haggis chains a series of coincidental events with multiple characters through the streets of Los Angeles. I thought it was good, i didn't love it. I felt the racism theme was too heavy in the film, one "black" or other stereotype, racism joke/comment one after the other, i felt it was over melodramatic and unnecessary. I like how Haggis uses the first half of the film developing the hate and conflicts of each character then each one came to an epithany. The acting in the film was great, Matt Dillon was great. The best was the Tony Danza unexpected appearance: "You're not black enough!!" I was very surprised they used Stereophonics' Maybe Tomorrow to end the film but it was sort of appropriate.

Go West !!!! Also, Gig 43! Leaving on a WestJet Plane
I went over to Heather's at 2:30am and hung out until 5am, then i bussed to the airport, i was kind of intimidated of travelling alone at first but the Airport Rocket was actually quite convenient. The flight was fine, i had window seat all by myself, i didn't get to sleep much because i was too excited to look outside the window (see pix on pixblog).. i saw Regina, i missed Alberta - was totally sleeping, i saw the Rockies. Throughout the entire flight was sunny, as soon we hit Vancougar area, it's been all cloudy, period of sun and mostly rainy. Vancougar Day I
The plane landed at 9:30, took the bus and went to Stan's posh apartment by the water at 10:30, i settled in and then we went for sushi lunch, so good! then i went shopping on Robson, and Kimmy called say she's in town.. so i waited for her and then we went to the Vancouver Art Gallery ($5 after 5pm on Thursdays), and we saw a photography exhibit (Real Pictures: Photographs from the Collection of Claudia Beck & Andrew Gruft - "Cocks & Flowers" photo montage was the best!!!) and some permanent collection of Emily Carr.. how cultured! Then we got rained in so went to have dinner at the Howard Johnson's Restaurant called Wildfire Bar & Grill (1162 Granville St - 604.682.3474), we shared a calamari, Kimmy had steamed mussels and i had a tuna and mango wrap. It was good! After dinner we were soo sleepy, along with shitey weather, we went back and hang out at Stan's watching Seinfied, but totally missed Jason's call.. Vancouver Day II
Kimmy accompanied I and did all the tourist stuff, went to Gastown and some vintage shopping at Deluxe Junk ( 310 Cordova Street - 604.685.4871). We saw the steamed clock, as it was 3pm, it hooted the famous Westminster Chimes ("Big Ben" theme).. soooo cheeseball!! Kimmy and i were dying laughing as all the German tourists were all in awe. On the way back to the apartment, we went by Scratch Records (726 Richards Street - 604.687.6355), and we passed by the Comtemporary Art Gallery (555 Nelson St - 604.681.2700) where there was this wall outside with lots of expression buttons, Kimmy and I joined in the pins picking wave. It was awesome, everyone was helping everyone getting the pins at the top with their umbrellas. We quickly dropped off our shopping, changed and went to the venue. We didn't really see anyone other than Alan, David, Brad and Donny, it was starting to spit a bit so we waited by the venue and chatted with strangers and Inge until it was time to meet Mike.

7:30pm: What make these boats go around and around?
After Mike arrived, we walked to Robson and went to this restaurant called Tsunami Sushi (238-1025 Robson St - 604.687.8744) which was a rotating sushi bar. We had loads of fun.. it was good too.. yummm!!

... And You'll Know Us By The Trail of Dead // The (International) Noise Conspiracy // We are Wolves @ The Commodore Ballroom
(868 Granville Street)
Kimmy + Elsie + Mike

Gig 43: Trail of Dead // The (International) Noise Conspiracy // We are Wolves
Guestlist problem, Mike wasn't on (gahh! Donny!!). As we went in, We Are Wolves were just coming on stage.. i've seen them before openning for Death from Above, i remembered i didn't like them too much, Kimmy was up front, Mike and I were further back. 2nd half of their set got better. The (International) Noise Conspiracy was AMAZING!! HOTT SWEDISH BOYS IN MATCHING OUTFITS! sooooo awesome! it got a bit rough, i moved further back for this set. Then after the set, i found Mike.. so we went further back and we chatted, Trail of Dead was really realy good, the crowd was rough but we were safe. There was a stage invasion!!!! But i didn't participate in this one.. i was too further back.. but it was so awesome to witness.

Backstage: Eilis (Conrad's Mother - coolest mom EVER!!!! She has more friends than Conrad on myspace!! And she ocassionally spread rumours about Conrad hahaha) could only get 2 passes.. So we waited around for Lee and asked if it's okay to bring mike in as well.. of course we could! so easy! So the band all hugged me when they saw me.. Danny curled up on the couch, he was about to pass out. The only one i didn't get to talk to was Kevin. Eilis asked if Mike was my boyfriend, i said "erhm, no" then she bluntly said "Well, he should be!" haha it was quite embarassing... Oh Eilis!! I drank half a beer then Jason announced there's an after party at this club called Shine down by Gastown. so Kimmy, Mike, Jason and i cabbed there..

The After Party: Shine
Jason did some "talks" and got all of us in for free.. Mike and I lost track of Kimmy and Jason as the party was at the back room of the club.. front of club were all top 40 hip hop.. the music was good at the backroom, we all drank and danced the night away, i bumpd into my friend Karen!!!! How ridiculous was that? Even in Vanoucver, I bumped into peeps!!! All of Trail of Dead (except for Kevin of course) were all there, danced with Alan, David, Alanna, Conrad, Jason and Donny.. Danny was being a bum, he just sat and drank water all night. Lugwig, new keyboardist and Denis from T(I)NC were there. We had so much fun dancing, i broke and lost part of my great-grandmother's bracelet watch, Mike was so sweet, he helped me look for the missing parts and we found them all!! Phew!! I nearly cried!! As the party ended, 3am, we were all outside making plans, Mike wanted to see the steamed clock.. so we took off to see the clock, we took some photos and went back to find out there was another after party after the after party.

The After-After Party: Was it an abandoned bar or was it someone's apartment?
The host Patrick turned down a few people going in, but Lee pointed at Mike and I and said we're okay. So we went in, it's good to know the right peeps.. hehe! C'mon, what's a vacation without partying with some locals?! The place was quite run down, Mike and i were mostly by the couch chatting as others were smoking up.. then i left for a bit and saw Jason by the "bar", so i joined in their conversation about an art documentary called "How to draw a bunny" about this artist named Ray Johnson.. I met Dani from the Cadeaux!! It was almost dawn, we decided to leave.. Lee agreed to give Kimmy and I a lift to Seattle if we could meet them at their hotel lobby by 10am.. Mike, Kimmy and I left the party at 5:30am, but we couldn't find a cab.. so we decided to walk in the direction of where we were going.. and ended up walking home instead.. THE AFTER MATH
Having just 3 hours of sleep, I woke up with a massive pounding headache, didn't felt too hott. I asked if Kimmy mind if i ditch out Seattle.. after she left, i took a couple of Advils but i couldn't went back to sleep.. so i decided to go about town. I stopped off in Yaletown and had lunch at a little French Cafe called Boulangerie la Parisienne (1000 Mainland St - 604.684.2499) then i went down to the Waterfront and saw Canada Place. Then i took the Skytrain to Commercial Drive - which was a disappointment, it was so not "hipster" at all, it was more like hippies with lots of organic, doobie and vegan shoppes. I did manage to buy a cute vintage skirt at Virgin Mary (1035 Commercial Drive - 604.844.7848). I rang up Mike and told him i didn't go to Seattle and see if he wanted to hang out later in the evening. I went back to the apartment to chill, wrote some emails and postcards, watched Saved and Fubar. It basically rained all day and night, Mike and I met up at a 24-hr cafe called Blenz for some hot cocoa. We both tried their dark belgium hot chocolate, it was delicious! It was no Au Festin de Badette (4085 rue St-Denis - 514.849.0214), but better than the Starbucks' Chantico. Apparently there was someone wanking in the bathroom.. heh heh.. We talked for 1.45 hours.. i thought we have lots in common. It was odd, found out that we used to hang out at the same places but we have never met. It was around midnite, we made plans to get together the next day as he walked me home.

La Crêpe Bretonne (795 Jervis St + Robson - 604.608.1266) Rain, Rain Go Away!
As planned, i met up with Mike at his hotel lobby at 11am. The weather was not cooperating at all, it rained the entire time. We walked around to find a place for brunch, initial plan was brunch then a walk at Stanley Park if weather permitted. We walked for a while but couldn't find anything, it was also a Sunday i suppose.. We finally found a cute little French crêpe place called La Crêpe Bretonne (795 Jervis St + Robson - 604.608.1266), it was packed but we didn't have to wait long to be seated. The crêpe was quite authentic (even the staff has a French accent!!), it was just like the ones in Montréal. Très délicieux! Of course whilst we were inside the restaurant, it was sunny outside, as soon as we left the restaurant, it was pouring again. We decided to go to see a film instead. We went to Konbiniya (1238 Robson St - 604.682.3634) a Japanese convenience store and bought snacks then went film hunting. We first went to the Paramount theatre but nothing interesting was playing.. then we ventured to the Cineplex Odeon on Granville and we saw Crash. At around 3pm, i walked him back to his hotel as he had to head out to the airport heading back to the UK, we said our byes then i went to Chintz & Company (950 Homer St - 604.689.2022) and bought Stan a gift, then walked back to the apartment.

4pm: Drive every mountain then to the sea
Stan did a quick clean up, we had to leave the apartment because his landlord was bringing someone to see the place. So we went for a drive then Kimmy called so we went to pick her up at the Holiday Inn on Howe. Then Stan took us for a ride up the mountains to this place called Porteau Cove, Kimmy and i took some crazy pictures and we touched the ocean! Wheeeeee! Afterwards, Stan took us to Stanley Park and we took more crazy pictures by the Totem Poles, and few other sites.

7:30pm: "Can I make a reservation for you and I?"
We all were quite hungry so we went to Subeez Cafe (891 Homer Street - 604.687.6107) for dinner. Stan and Kimmy both had the teriyake Salmon sandwich, i had the broiled tuna sandwich. Sooo good! Kimmy and i kept giggling at this hott hostess who was not serving us, of course: "What time do you get off work? 9pm? Okay, can I make a reservation for you and I?" Stan could just sit there and shook his head hahahhaa.. AWESOME! We were all so tired so we didn't go out, we just chilled out back at the posh apartment watching Six Feet Under and X-Files.. The Vancougar Finale
Damnit, i kept waking up at 6am because i was on Toronto time! I packed my bags and left the apt around 11am, Kimmy and I visited a couple places i wanted to go back to takes pics for my stylish travelling guide (okay you don't have to get too excited YET, just you wait people!). Then we took the 22 Bus to go to La Casa Gelato (1033 Venables St - 604.251.3211), on route there, we passed through Chinatown. The shoppe was in the middle of nowhere, but there were 208 gelato flavours. We tried some weird ones: garlic, spicy mango, sour sop, saffron & pistachio, apple green death.. Kimmy got the frangelico & chocolate flake and Toblerone scoops and i ended up getting the chocolate & peanut butter and fig with chocolate shaving scoops.. it was fun! The handmade waffle cone was the bomb! Then we bus back it was 2pm, i wrote a few more postcards and then Stan dropped Kimmy off at the bus station (she's off to Victoria) and dropped me off at the airport.

3:20pm: I'm coming home...
I sat around the airport to finish up all the postcards, i posted them and then i checked in for my flight. Gah! I got the non-window "window" seat! It was a safe, short flight, I couldn't napped on the plane. My plane landed at 11:20pm, i felt kinda sad when i didn't see anyone i knew was waiting for me at the arrival.. boo! I didn't have the patient to wait for the Airport Rocket bus, i took the 58 Malton instead to Lawerence W Station. What a mistake, i took the long way, i got home at 1:30am.. zzzzzz..

I've had such an amazing weekend, even though it rained most of the trip, i enjoyed the most walking around the city in the rain, soaking it all in. I didn't make it to Seattle nor Victoria but i did met some amazing people, i wouldn't change my trip any other way! I need to go more places. From now on, I'm going to try to go travel somewhere at least once a year.. the experiences you gained from travelling are something that you can never learn from books. EVERYONE, DO IT!!

Wednesday, 18 May 2005

Gig 42: Athlete

Athlete @ 275
(275 Yonge Street) // "Invite Only" (part of Edge 102.1 Next Big Thing Pretentious Blah Blah Blah Series)
Eileen + Elsie + Ren

The radio station was literally giving away these tickets like candies, but ironic thing was that it was so hard to win... anyway, we scammed a few of these tickets and because of "snob factor" we went. It was about half-full, people there looked very "Edge listeners" but there were a few real fans up at the front. Lots of waiting around and the band finally hit the stage around 8:40pm.. I've only stayed for a couple songs since i needed to go home and do laundry. They were alright for a debut, i got to hear the "Avril Lavigne" song aka "El Salvador" also the only song that i knew and i left shortly after that. Ren came after and Eileen said Snow Patrol were all there. Ah well.. gotta pack!!

Tuesday, 17 May 2005

Gig 39 - 41: Here it comes, here comes our days with Doves..

Toronto ( @ 5:45pm):
Gah! So much work to do in the office, unfortunately i held everyone up i couldn't leave the office until 5:45pm.. i *finally* called eileen:
me: hey, where are ya?
eileen: We're on a side street..
me: where?
eileen: walk south on Spadina you'll see it.
me: erhm, okay.
eileen: we're in a PT Cruiser.
me: you're in a WHAT???
me: YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME!!!!!!!!!!!
Windsor (10:30pm):
We finally arrived Windsor but it was too late to meet up with Marla since she had to work early the next morning. We drove to Hurricanes Roadhouse Restaurant (3217 Sandwich St - 519.255.1833) for their Oreo cheesecake, but they've changed the recipe.. :( we found a Travelodge and we stayed there for the night.

Windsor ( - 11am):
We're on the road after we've checked out from the hotel in Windsor. Passinig the border was a breeze.. passed the infamous big arse tire in Detroit!! We arrived in Chicago with traffic, we're staying at Double Tree Hotel in the suburbs.. but it's a nice place and they give you amazing oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. Across from our hotel is a shopping mall (it's more like a village coz all the stores are outdoor but looks like a mall from exterior, weird), it has a location of Cheesecake Factory *gasp*!

Doves // Mercury Rev @ The Vic Theatre
(3145 North Sheffield, Chicago IL) // Sold Out
Eileen + Elsie + Renuka

Chicago (5:45pm):

On this trip, every time Ren gets behind the wheel, we tend to get lost.. after some lost and found, we finally arrived at the venue at 5:46pm. We've been circling around the place trying to find parking until i spotted the Twins and Martin crossing the street. They dropped me off so i can talk to them to ensure we're on the guestlist but they went into a Thai restaurant. doh! I walked around the venue and Alex Grant saw me, he gave me a hug and said "I didn't know you're coming, you shoulda emailed me." so we talked for a bit, then Jimi Goodwin came by gave me a hug, did some small talk.. etc. After we situated our car at the hospital nearby, we walked around for a bit trying to look for food and we did some shopping, actually Eileen did, not me. *shock shock shock* I saw Coatsey as i was waiting for the girls in front of a pharmacy, he took care the guestlist for us. Then we went to the same Thai restaurant that the Twins & Martin went. I had a tofu green curry with rice, it was yummy.

The guestlist is not out yet, and heaps of people went inside already. We spotted Angela (the chubbier one - one of the Detroit biatch from Idlewild) but her other Angela partner in crime wasn't there, figured she was there to see Alex. Anyway, we finally got into the venue. The venue is interesting, it is general admission but it has levels, side balconies and upper balconies are seated. Eileen didn't want to settle for 2nd row, so her and i retreived to the upper balcony.

Mercury Rev was the opening band for this tour. We've seen them before couple years ago with Oasis which we thought they were kinda boring. Their performance was good, interesting visuals, but i'm not sure about the singer's voice and his "moves" trying to illustrate the lyrics about being a white horse and tides to the moon.

Doves' set was amazing, they started off with Pounding, Words (one of my favourites) and Black & White Town (which totally made me want to dance but i couldn't because i was first row on the balcony). They played lots of the new material from "Some Cities" but it was also a good mix of old favourites. The crowd was good, as you can see from the pix, it was packed. Encore they did Here it Comes, Satelites and ended the evening with There Goes The Fear. The band said they were real rusty that night, they were fighting jetlag and it was the first show of the tour since the cancellation. We watched a bit of the crew trying to figure out the "puzzle" then we headed off to our suburbia hotel.. and of course, we got lost and went down near Chinatown. Ren saw a police car and stopped and asked for direction, she was talking to them for a long time and laughing.. she informed us that they were arguing which was the best way and then decided to escort us to the highway.. we stopped at a red light, the cops told us to go ahead there's no traffic, we hesitated but i guess it was okay to break the law when the cops told us to.. so we did. We were all like "CHICAGO POLICE RAWKS!!!!!"

Doves // Mercury Rev @ The Majestic Theatre
(4120 Woodward Ave, Detroit MI) // Sold Out
Eileen + Elsie + Renuka

Detroit (

We drove back to Detroit, on route we stopped at Denny's because we couldn't find and missed the IHOP. We were the only "ethnic" people at Denny's.. and we were grossed out by the amount of food we got. On this entire roadtrip, we were listening to Embrace, Arcade Fire (repeatedly), Kasabian, lots of Doves of course, some Charlatans & Kaiser Chiefs, and of course our "Blow Up" mix CD. We got in suburb of Detroit around 5:30pm, since we were going to go to Karen's place first. We managed to get a side spot in the front for this show. It was the same setlist. There was a technical difficulty during Here It Comes, boo.. it was funny becuase, they played it til where Jimi comes in and then stopped.. but Martin played the piano bit at the end to finish the song up haha.. they went ahead and finish the others.. In general, we thought the band sounded better last nite but we definitely had more fun at this show because we were up close and be abled to dance and sing to every song! It started to rain, we didn't stay long and we didn't want to be too late since we're staying over at Karen's. So we only talked to Alex and left. The Idlewild biatch were at the show, she was on guestlist too.

Doves // Mercury Rev @ The Koolhaus
(132 Queens Quay East, Toronto)
Eileen + Elsie + Renuka

Toronto (

Our last gig of this tour, well for Eileen and I anyway. Eileen arrived at the venue by 4:30pm, she spoke pretty much to everyone.. she called me around 6pm to see if i'm leaving yet and told me that we're good on the guestlist and even for 2 shows in New York. haha but we weren't planning of going to NYC! We got used to Mercury Rev, their drummer is awesome but we still can't get used to the singer's "moves".. we still crack up every time he does the flying horse move. Doves were awesome, it was the same set again but they sounded really good considering it was Koolhaus, the crowd was surprisingly good. I swore, they were going to play Spaceface as a second encore but they didn't and i guess Koolhaus is always tight about curfew as well. We stuck around for a bit just to say bye to everyone, but we only talked to Jimi. We got to meet Paul finally!!! Too bad Baz wasn't on this tour, haven't spoken to him for a while too. I hope Baz and wee Issac are doing fine.. It was great to see everyone again, until September..

Thursday, 12 May 2005

Film: Kingdom of Heaven

***1/2 USA/Spain/UK. 145 min. Colour 2004. Directed by Ridley Scott. Written by William Monahan. Cast: Orlando Bloom, Liam Neeson, Eva Green, Marton Csokas, Jeremy Irons, Edward Norton @ 10:30 pm Yorkdale SilverCity with Evan.

The film is an epic adventure about a blacksmith, Balian (Orlando Bloom), who after his family lost and newly united with his father, Godfrey of Ibelin (Liam Neeson) found himself twined into decades-long crusade. I enjoyed the film, it's always great to watch Mediaeval epic films -- because of the costumes, knights and sword fights! Ever since my Mediaeval project in Grade 6, i've been fascinated with that era, even though i'm not much of a Fantasy fiction fan. Some slow motion usage in the film was questionable, where they were used with no significant purpose. The fight scenes were quite rapid, sometimes confusing of who was fighting who. The film however had a fair portraits of both Christians and Muslims. I had NO IDEA that Edward Norton played the ill and masked King Baldwin IV until I was researching to write the review! Mind you, i haven't seen Scott's other films (Gladiator, G.I. Jane, nor Black Hawk Down), i know, i know, so i can't compare to his other films with this one yet.. i'll let you know when i rent the others in video one of these days.

I should go run some errands and utilize this time wisely whilst my boss is in the meeting, leaving in a couple hours to the windy city.. it's good to get away from it all... i'm stressed!!

Monday, 9 May 2005

Mother's Day

I've been a bad daughter, i haven't spend much time with my mother lately.. too many gigs, too many parties, i'm hardly home to have dinner with her. So, being it her day today, I took my mum to Yorkdale for a bit of shopping (okay, mostly shopping for me, which i SHOULDN'T be spending, damn income tax! More about that later). It's so funny, she said it's like a day trip everytime we go there because of all the transferring. I haven't been there since the renovation, there are so many new stores there now: Sephora, Mango, H&M, Escada Sports, Marciano for Guess, Old Navy, Zara, Billabong, Tommy Hilfiger & Tommy Bamahas. Mango was a bit of a disappointment, it was more like Zara's casual line but the prices are not too bad, $12 for a cotton tank. H&M though it has 2 floors but it didn't seem that big, the selection was okay, pretty much the same as others. Sephora is about the same size as Eaton Centre but they seemed to have a bit more selection or new merchandise. I always <3 Aritzia, they have a sale for these 3-in-one Minnetonka moccasin boots right now which, i've been waiting for them to go on sale since October! I bought the sienna brown ones, they are wicked coz they included interchangeable feathers and beaded tassels!! After shopping, my mum and i met up with Eileen for Korean food at K-Town.

I've got mail!!!!!

They arrived! They arrived! I got Uylsses' pins in the mail today! It had the cutest envelope ever! It's so nice to get something in the mail that is not bills for once. That made my day!

Sunday, 8 May 2005

Take me out to a ballgame! @ The Opera House (1 Blue Jays Way)
Toronto Blue Jays 3 vs Chicago White Sox 5
Elsie + Evan + Graham + Greg + Jen + Matt

Evan invited me to a Jays match last night.. i haven't been to a ballgame for YEARS, think the last time i went was with Steve Gilbert when i was still working at KidsNRG!! We got pretty good seats, 100 left fields. It was really fun, we must have annoyed a few people since we were shouting random variation comments like "Hakim Optical!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and wanted to close the roof since it was waaay chilly, but too bad we lost but ah well. After the match, we went to the Green Room and had some drinks, as the night progressed we drunkly built candle waxed tree sculpture and we took a bunch of silly pix as seen here. hehe.. aren't we a silly bunch! But the pix are so cute! I had so much fun last night :)
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