This weekend has been great!
It all started Friday night around 8. One of my dearest friends in the world called and left me a voicemail, "Call. Me. Back. Call me back, call me back, call me back!" I knew she was traveling for work and assumed she was stuck in some airport in middle America.
Oh how wrong I was.
I called her back and she surprised me by saying, "I made a detour to Indy for the night! We're going out!!!"
I don't think she knows how happy this made me. For one, she lives in Baltimore and I only get to see her sporadically, so this unplanned visit made my week. But also, aside from Chicago a couple weeks ago, I really haven't been out since January.
And now you know why I constantly forget that I am just 23.
Anyway, I rushed upstairs, threw on some clothes, did my makeup, and off I went. When I go out with the girls, I never know what the night has in store for us; and Friday night was no different.
We were in line, waiting to get into a bar called, "Landsharks." All of a sudden, this bouncer appears, pulls us out of line, and apparently said, "Would you ladies like to join us in the VIP section for a complimentary bottle of champagne?"
So off we went. Sitting VIP. Sipping on what turned out to be a 90 dollar bottle of champagne. For free.
A pretty fine way to start the night, dontcha' think?
The rest of the night was great. We drank, we danced, we laughed, we had fun.
It was definitely a much needed night out with some of my favorite people and I'm so thankful it happened. B and Kort, if you're reading this, Lacy Panties loves you!
Today I went for a great bike ride with my Ma and then went to the downtown part of my city to meet a guy from match and enjoy some live jazz music. He was really nice, very well educated, and tall. As far as chemistry? No, I wouldn't say it was there.
You know when someone tries so hard to be funny, and they do so nonstop? Yea, that's how it was. And somethings truly were funny, and I laughed hard. But other times I just wanted him to stop trying to be so "on."
Will I see him again? Maybe. He was very nice and we had great conversation. But if the chemistry isn't there, it isn't there, no matter how hard you try.
But the one thing I've started to realize? I have serious issues. Especially with men and relationships. I'll probably blog about it soon, but sometimes I forget other people actually can and do read this. Not like that's ever stopped me in the past, but I wish there was a way I could publish a post without the whole world reading it and commenting. Perhaps a second, private blog is in my future.
So now that I've jotted down memories I know I'll want to relive in the future, what did you do this weekend?