Every year, Health Magazine hosts a ‘Girls Night Out’. It is an event featuring massages, cocktails and products just for women. The night ends with an advanced screening of the newest chick flick coming to theaters. This was my EIGHTH time attending Girls Night Out (wow, have I really been out in LA that long?) and every time it’s been an awesome night.
When I got there, it really wasn’t very crowded. I looked for some of my friends, but since it starts so early, many of them couldn’t make it.
Girls Night Out became Girl Night Out. It’s much more fun with friends, but I made the best of it.
I jumped right into the massage line and didn’t have to wait at all. It was only ten minutes, but it felt so good! That’s definitely my favorite part!
Then I hopped around to the sponsors and scored a few products. Seattle’s Best Coffee had sample packs of all their blends. We’re running out of K-Cups at home, so I’m really excited about this!
I also got some Vitamins and a Pedometer from Vitafusion. And a gym towel from Asics.
I really like Asics and was hoping to win the giftcard for some new shoes, but it wasn’t my lucky night.
They had an open bar with a signature cocktail, but I grabbed a Sparkling Water instead.
I waited and waited and waited for some food (they had free appetizers, but you had to order them, and apparently they only had one cook back there? I finally gave up after a half hour or so and decided I didn’t really need potato skins anyways.
But I did use my voucher for free popcorn and drink. Popcorn counts as dinner, right?
The movie was Something Borrowed, which I LOVED!
It was funny and cute and entertaining. Very well cast and the story is excellent. It didn’t feel like your typical chick flick. It was REALLY good and I highly recommend it.
Ginnifer Goodwin carries the movie. She’s an amazing actress. I loved her in Big Love but this is just such a great role for her.
And Colin Egglesfield —well, let’s just say he’s easy on the eyes.
If anyone wants to see it, I’d definitely go again!