Monday, May 26, 2008

Cabernet, Cosmos and Coppertone tans......

Okay, I'm really tired. It's been a long weekend. It's been fun though. I'm thinking I'm gonna do it in pieces. Basically I don't think anyone has seen the inside of our house since Friday night. I know it's been since last week since I have seen the laundry room. Scary. It was so gorgeous though, right? Well, at least if you live here. Everyday was spent by the pool, tons of kids, more meals to think of than I care to remember but lots of laughing and tanning.


Okay, so Saturday night Marc, Lisa, Dave and I went to this really cool house party. It was in this killer house in society hill. Really the place was insane. The party was complete with a DJ, the food catered by Raw, ex football players, hot trainers, skilled bartenders and really a good time had by all. There were quite a few highlights, but some of my favorites were: Dr. Dave and some chick totally dirty dancing on the dance floor. they were so getting their groove on. The best birthday present he could have asked for. Another was when the popo (Chase's word) came cause the music was to loud. Once again, how old am I? Am I really still going to parties that are getting busted? The very best part of the "noise violation" issue was when the homeowner became completely belligerent with Mitch the policeman. He was asking for her name and she just flat out refused to give it to him. She kept saying, "It's public record. You figure it out." How great is that? I didn't even know that was an option. Had I, high school might have been a lot different. Maybe those cops that busted our parties when our parents were away (sorry Mom) would have gotten bored and not followed up. My brother wouldn't have had to spend so many hours in the lawn chair by the mailbox waiting for our citations to come. Anyway, back to the present. The police left, the party continued on. Lisa and I met three new best friends. We love them. Marc and Dave don't even mind our new male friends. Lisa went so far as to invite them to be her friends on facebook. I believe if there was such a thing she would be gunning for facebook prom queen. So all in all a very interesting night. The best part was at the end when the ex Eagles player ran back in to get his covered cake dish. Really, he made the chocolate cake. How fun is that?

7 comments:

Kathy Steinmetz said...

Okay, I'd say your weekend was a bit more exciting than ours: Movies with the kids, camping out in the backyard, BBQ with the inlaws. Not bad but no cops, dirty dancing or chocolate cake, unless S'mores count. See you soon.

Sarah said...

Seriously.. What do I have to do to join the cool kids club?

Dave Samuel said...

OK without question one of the greatest weekends ever topped off by that party. Lisa and I have decided that we can now only party with you guys as anything else wouldn't cut it. It will be hard to top that night. My liver is still 3 times normal size. That definately killed every impurity in my body. It is called Dr. Dave's Vodka Detox Cleanse. Look for it at your local state store. As for 'dirty dancing' I thought that was pretty tame. You aint seen nothing yet. Your next on my dance card. Love you guys. Looking forward to many more fun weekends. I actually think we can revive 'college weekends' at this pace.

Anonymous said...

As the beligerent "homeowner" you are welcome to party with me anytime, kids. Stay in touch!

Anonymous said...

It was so much fun to see The Real House Wives of Chester County leave the burbs for the nite (without attending a yoga class). The city can be so much fun...popo and all. Its always funny until someone gets cavity searched...let's leave that for the next party. And your husbands may indeed mind your new male friends as they could potentially be shopping buddies, and I don't think they go to Target...this could be costly.

Lisa Samuel said...

Ok, I love that the beligerent homeowner commented! You are making us cooler that we really are- It really was amazing and you are truly a terrific host- Thank you for making our weekend exciting!

Anonymous said...

This is Mitch the The City of Philadelphia Officer of the Law. Not POPO or anything else you are calling me. I would like to speak to Ms. Schramm, Ms. Samuel and the belligerent "homeowner". The neighbors called out the three of you as the trouble makers, they particularly have issue with the ones from outside the city, The Real Housewives of Chester County is how they are referring to them. As for the cavity searches, I will be the judge if that is necessary and by the look of all of you it is certainly necessary. Please report to:

Philadelphia Police Department
One Franklin Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215.686.1776
215.686.3053