Over the weekend, I made a flying trip to Chicago to co-host Jenna's Bachelorette Party with Andrea. I'm waiting for Jenna's approval on the pictures. Don't hold your breathe, I'm not sure we'll ever get approval!
BUT listen to this. Long (really long) story short is that while trying to get on a train - mosh pit style, someone accidentally dropped Jenna's purse. After about 20 minutes of looking on the train and then deciding it was gone and moving into what do we do next mode because her keys were in her purse, her fiance was 1.5 hours away AND everyone's keys, credit cards, bags etc. were in Jenna's condo... Jenna's phone dings that she has a new email. Miraculously, Meah had taken Jenna's phone away from her so she sees the email come through. Subject: Purse. Three young girls (maybe 23) had found Jenna's purse on the train tracks while waiting for the second train to arrive and head back into the city. The only items in her purse were her ID, camera, lip gloss and $100 cash. Here's where it gets even better. The girls instantly get on Facebook via their phones and search to find Jenna in order to find a way to return her purse to her. WHAT!?! I'm not sure Facebook would have been my first thought. [Insert how old I feel] They find her email address via Facebook. Email her knowing the chances of her having email on her phone is pretty great. Plus they also knew someone had to have her phone because it was not in her purse which they were holding! Within 2 hours of losing her purse, Jenna had her purse back with not ONE thing missing! Yes, you read correctly. Not ONE thing missing. We tried to pay the girls as a thank you but they wouldn't take a dime, just a hug! And if you know me, they weren't getting away without one of those :) I really wanted to take their picture so I could post it online and praise them for being such wonderful people but it was almost midnight when Meah, Liz and I finally met up with them and I thought I might seem a bit creepy if I pulled out my new giant Nikon camera and snapped a shot of them!
I truly believe situations like this happen to remind us there really are good people in the World! It's not all bad.
Speaking of really good people. It was my mother's birthday on Sunday! We love our Kiks so much it's not even funny. We love to celebrate her and celebrate with her. She wanted to have all the family over and spend the day in the pool so that's exactly what we did. As you can see we had a lot of fun & red velvet cake too!
Happy Tuesday to all! Hey, did you hear I finally got an iPhone!?!?!
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