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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Ms. Dancers Bachelorette Party Day 2

The second day of Ms. Dancer’s Bachelorette party was a day at the Glen Ivey Spa in Corona. Thank goodness that it went off without a hitch because I don’t know if I could have taken another day like yesterday. And with as sick as I was a day at the spa, lounging around is JUST WHAT I NEEDED. Of course it was super hot, 98 degrees, but we had a private cabana and tons of fun.

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First item on Ms. Dancer’s list was a trip to the mineral baths and then a mud bath. Yea, you heard me right. First we bathed in sulphur water that smelled like rotten eggs and had chunks of what looked like snot floating around in it. Supposedly that was the way it was supposed to be because it was al-natural but I wasn’t too into it.

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IN OUR SULPHUR BATH

Then after we got all stinky, I mean clean, and hotter, remember it was 98 degrees so WHY WOULD ANYONE want to go into a hot sulphur bath. Anyways after the dip we went to the mud area and proceeded to smear mud all over each other, now that part, that was a BLAST!

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First we all smeared up Ms. Dancer and got her extra dirty. Then it was my turn.

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EWWW MUDDY

There is a great ball of mud with misters, you simply get your hands all muddy and rub it all over. Once we were all done you have to go lay out in the sun until the mud dries.

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I HAVE NOT PLAYED WITH MUD IN SO LONG

Even though we are dirty girls we still love each other.

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After the mud dried and we scrubbed it off the rest of the day was spent lounging, laughing and I even managed to grab a nap. What a perfect day, which could only have been slightly more perfect if I STILL was not sick. Now I am going to turn off the computer and go take another nap.

1 comment:

paul peggy zeus said...

I know you invited me to this spa, but I'll have to respectfully decline. First of all, I can't stand the smell of sulphur. It's one of the reasons I disliked Yellowstone National Park. Second of all, I haven't played in the mud since I was like eight or something and it just doesn't sound like a good thing to me. Maybe we could just go for a nice message and call it good. I'll even get a pedicure! Anything but Sulphur and Mud!

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