When I was young, my friends and I had ways of sealing our bond of friendship. We would exchange friendship rings, notes, and heart lockets pledging our undying loyalty to one another. A few of us became blood sisters -- literally. My sees'tahs would make a small cut on their finger and then we'd mingle our blood to signify the unbreakable bond between us as “blood sisters.”
Of course these days my friends and I don't prick our fingers to seal our bond - we profess our friendship in other ways like in . . .
Here's what went down this weekend. Two days of climbing at Governor Dodge and a clothing swap at Molly's (dangit, meant to get a picture of the climbing group). A first time babysitting job for Misa and Jada.