Always good spending time with him and catching up, and we took advantage of some good ol' DC fun.
One of my friends had worked here and said it was a fun dinner theater, so I wanted to go. About 6 months ago, I'd even bought a Groupon for 4 people. Now it was about to expire, and I figured who better to take than Stanley?
|We played good king, bad king. Guess who was which.|
|Girls worth fighting for.|
|Acting like the princesses they are.|
The show was lots of fun, and I even got to yell out, "Wench, bring me more ale!" Ok, I didn't say ale. I said Sprite. And no, I wasn't being disrespectful. That is actually what the serving wench told us to yell out to get her attention.
Meg had been to Medieval Times before and said that the food at Medieval Madness was vastly superior. The meat was quite tasty, and there was lots of it. Definitely not a place for vegetarians...
Also, besides the witty jokes and semi-crass songs and elaborate costumes, the folks at Medieval Madness treated us to a sword fight. Very cool. Between the food and sword fight, it was easily worth the price.
|This romance lasted about 12 hours, I think.|
Right up until he mentioned his other job at Home Depot.
Matchbox and Ted's Bulletin
We went to brunch one day that Stanley was here, and it just so happened that Milan and Meg joined us again. I swear, we didn't spend all week as a friends foursome, even though that would have rocked.
|GQ called, your photo shoot appointment is set.|
|A virgin Bloody Mary to start the day off right.|
|Milan likes her drinks fruity and uber-girly.|
|Meg loves showing off her blueberry pop tart and ring.|
|Yes, that's a bacon and peanut butter poptart.|
It's even more delicious than it sounds.
As baseball fans, it was only appropriate that Stanley and I do our best to get to a game while he was in town. Bryce Harper was recently called up to the majors, and Steven Strasburg was on the mound, so you know we had to see the Nats in action.
|Beautiful evening to spend at the ballpark with a best friend|
The trip was so much fun, and you are certainly welcome back in DC anytime, Stanley! Or maybe next time I'll come out to LA and we'll entertain ourselves in your neck of the woods.