I guess my friends and I just can't stay away from the snow! Since we had this last Monday off for MLK Day, my friends and I decided to head up to Kyle's cabin. We were up and on the road before the sun even came up. It was only a couple of hours away, but drives with my friends are always a blast. When we got to the cabin, we brought out stuff inside and the boys went to go get the quads and razor. We bundled up in our snow clothes, then took to the mountains. After a couple of hours, we had to head back to the cabin to let our fingers and toes thaw out. At the cabin, we all bundled up in blankets and turned on a movie.
For the rest of the day, we kept going back and forth between the snow and the blankets. And what kind of day would it be if we didn't turn up the music and have our own little dance party? Granted the guys were "too cool" to participate, but that's okay. We had a mini snowball fight, played card games, and Kyle even grilled burgers for dinner. Reluctantly, we all cleaned up the cabin so it looked like we were never there, put the quads away, and hit the road.
Though I was exhausted by the time I got back home, the entire day was so much fun. It was cool to all be on our own and it gave me a glimpse of what it was like to be an actual adult that takes care of themselves. But, as much fun as it was, I still love my family and living at home with all of them. It's fun to get out and have adventures like that, but I am so not ready for that to be an every day thing. Good thing I still have six more months before I have to be ready for that!