Thursday night had to be tame – besides, it was an anniversary of sorts. Dinner at Milano was just what was needed to satisfy our craving for social activity. Thursday there is always a scene! We ran into the ever-lovely Amanda Little dining with her father and friends Annie Van Meter, and Marybeth Coleman.
Friday – the 4th – Independence Day. Without a new patriotic bikini, I had to find something red, white, or blue and pool party appropriate. What to do?? I scoured the shops in Georgetown and eventually found a coy and cute white skirt suit at our new Juicy Couture. The best part about it – no one else came with it on! Bill’s Little Bikini Pool Party was a blast by all standards. The weather held off, the food was great, and the crowd was major. (Above I am pictured with the winners of his “Best Bikini” and “Best Bikini & Body” awards…)
The second stop of the evening was supposed to be fireworks watching at the rooftop of the ‘Water Building’ courtesy of a rockin’ Michael Saylor party. I was only there for a few short moments, but watched as much of the lights display as possible. I can’t think of a person that didn’t end up at that party… and I can’t think of a person that remembers much of it. Good work, Michael!
With the rain on Saturday, it was the perfect day to stay in and cool our party heels. Those that could rally headed to Richard Strauss’s condo party, complete with chocolate fountain 😉
And Sunday… more pool party time! This one was an all-female shindig hosted by Victoria Michael and Pamela Sorensen at the home of a very generous friend. Dipping into an infinity pool in the lap of luxury with a great group of my girlfriends was the perfect Sunday Funday.