We are a non-judgmental group of women that just want to be kind, listen, talk, and love each other without any conditions. We plan to meet up every 1.5 months and do charity gatherings, themed nights, and happy hours. We are hoping to spread love through our gatherings and our little cards.
(See picture for the cards)
Our Story: This idea started with this conversation Krystal: Have you ever had a man send over a drink? Mandy: No, but I'm not sure I would want it. I'd feel bad if I wasn't interested.
We decided it would be really nice to receive a drink if there weren't some kind of expectation or hope attached to it. Then we realized that WE could do that for other women. So we created little cards to be given to a bartender, barista, or a server. The object is to buy another woman a drink anonymously.
When we hand them out we simply say, "Will you please put that woman's drink on my tab and hand her this card? It's okay to tell her who I am if she asks, but no need to tell her if she doesn't."
Q&A: Q: Does this mean I will get a free drink if I come? A: Unfortunately, we can't afford to buy everyone a drink, as much as we would like to! We are offering to hand out the cards to anyone who would want to participate.
Q: Do I have to participate in handing out cards to come to the events? A: NO! The cards are only for women who want to do it.
Q: What kind of things will we do? A: We love themes. We will likely do things like "Wig Nights" "Dress up fancy nights" "pajama nights" and more.
Q: Do I have to participate in the theme in order to come? A: Of course not. Mandy will use any excuse to wear a colored wig, but that doesn't mean you have to!
Q: Why so spread out? Why don't we meet more? A: For now, this is what our busy schedule will allow. Plus it gives everyone time to hand out the cards. There are some great stories that come along with them.
Q: Is there a certain age range you are targeting? A: Nope! Krystal and I are both in our mid 30’s, but we have friends of all ages. So much can be learned when talking to someone older or younger. We just ask you to keep an open mind when coming. :)