Are you ready for the ultimate bestie movie?!!!
I’ve got the cocktails,
What draws us to these women (besides their shoes, their clothes, & their fabulous handbags?!)
Charlotte: She’s the stay-at-home mom that would do anything to be with her man & to have a family. She’s that Sally-Home Maker that is in all of us (even if it’s just a sliver–need I show you pictures of my messy house again?!)
Miranda: The tough, logical, unemotional, I am woman hear me roar type. She doesn’t take crap from anybody, she’s works hard at her job & she comes home to be mom & wife. She’s that hardcore feminist, I can do anything that is in all of us. She’s Rosie the Riveter.
Samantha: Oh Samantha! I think we all have a little bit of Sam in us. Am I saying we’ve all run around & slept with the majority of the men in NYC-No!! I’m saying that she embraces her sexuality, she’s not afraid of it, she knows desire is normal & healthy, & she has fun in the process (you don’t have to have Sam’s bed numbers to be in charge of who you are sexually.)
Carrie: She’s the glue that holds them all together. Even though Carrie isn’t a mother, she’s still that one link that creates the togetherness of the group. I think that’s a role mothers play in their family’s lives everyday.
Unfortunately, I don’t get to see it until next week (no spoilers please!)– But I’m still pumped for tomorrow! I got my heels picked out, my frilly girly drinks hidden in my purse, & I’ll be with one of my favorite gals ever! I seriously can’t wait!
And, as a little PS, I’ll throw this in there too: I was always team Aidan. I never wanted Carrie to end up with Big. **Gasp** Stop throwing things at me!!
I know, I know, it’s almost like saying I didn’t want Ross & Rachel together. Or that I didn’t have hopes for Romeo & Juliet to pull it off– sorry :/ I vowed to never watch Friends again if Ross & Rachel didn’t get together & I still get so friggin’ angry at R & J for not getting their sh!t together– but Big & Carrie. Nope. No way.