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Alicia’s Bachelorette

Yesterday was my friend and running partner Alicia’s bachelorette party!

The first event of the day: a pole dancing lesson at Tantra Fitness:

After that we headed to Alicia’s friend Negar’s place for some refreshments and to change into our evening wear:

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Then we went to Lux for dinner1. At Lux, Alicia’s friend Wendy gave her this educational book:

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After dinner, we headed to Bar None where we were on the extra special list2 that got us past the line up.  Line ups are for suckers.

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I don’t seem to have taken too many photos of Bar None, but Alicia was positively camera happy, so I can’t wait to see hers!

Anyhoo, all this to say that I had an absolute blast of an evening and I can’t wait for the wedding!!

1My review of Lux: Food: crappy. Service: even worse.
2It wasn’t the VIP list, because the people at the front of the VIP line had been waiting an hour by the time we got there, and we got right in. I don’t think the people in the VIP line liked us very much.

4 Responses to Alicia’s Bachelorette

  1. Stacia says:

    It’s nice to know that if the scientist thing doesn’t work out you have a profession to fall back on! But seriously, that looks like so much fun!

    Stacia’s last blog post..Midnight

  2. Beth says:

    LOL! Totally! And I think I’d get better tips doing that than I do as a scientist. Why does no one ever tip scientists??

  3. Raul says:

    Um. Did Negar recently finish her PhD? Because if she did, then she is MY friend Negar! We did our PhDs under the same supervisor.

    Raul’s last blog post..Exploring East Vancouver: St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

  4. Beth says:

    Not sure. It’s my understanding that’s she’s been working at a biomedical supply company for more than a year (as she worked there with Alicia and Alicia’s been gone from there for the better part of a year). So I’m guessing no, since you say “recently finished” and also I don’t imagine someone from your program would work in a biomed company.

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