Happy Hump Day!
I love Wednesdays because it just means it's almost the weekend!
Just because I don't have a "real" job doesn't mean I don't look forward to weekends - because since Joey's off on weekends, I get to relax a bit more!
Anyway, our weekends here on Guam consist of sunny days and crazy nights - okay, not so crazy nights since we had kids, but it's nice to reminisce once in a while.
But seriously though, there is ALWAYS a party or bbq for us to attend on the weekend. Birthdays, anniversaries, baptisms, holidays, graduations, you name it - we'll bbq for it!
Being the big hungry girl that I am, you can bet that I LOVE any kind of function where there's free food and good vibes - so please don't judge me if you see me at the table more than four times. I mean, when the table is filled with red rice, bbq'd ribs, fried chicken, pancit, baked mussels, and kelaguen galore - try and tell me that you can only have ONE plate!
Now, when attending a bbq on Guam it is important to dress appropriately. For example, it's probably not a good idea to wear jeans if the bbq is at the beach during the day - that's just common sense, people! But if you want to sweat your ass off all day, then by all means, go ahead. Also, try and use bottoms with an elastic waist so you don't cut off circulation to your legs as your stomach increases. And lastly, don't wear something too fitted - the amount of food you ate will show - try a flowy top or dress instead.
It's best to keep your hair and makeup minimal. You don't want to look like a sad clown with your face melting off in the hot sun. And a simple messy bun is the best hairstyle - it keeps your hair out of your face which gives you less of a distraction when you're stuffing it.
Need a reference? See perfect weekend bbq attire, below:
And don't forget the kids! All they need is a bathing suit, and you probably won't see them for a good two hours.
Trace jumping off the pier (he's 3 years old!).