Sunday, September 1, 2013

Good Date- About Freaking Time

I went on another date and it was soosososososoosoooooooosoos oso oososooso SO fun. I know I said I wouldn't talk about dating anymore, but, I knew I was lying when I said that. This'll be the last time. Really. (It won't be) I know the guy and we'd hung out a few times, but, I haven't seen him in 5 years. I remember the last time I saw him I looked at him at thought "This is a really nice guy. Too nice for me". Five years ago, a relationship was the last thing I wanted. Five years ago I was immature and only wanted to run around with my friends and being in a committed relationship sounded miserable and exhausting. I liked him, but,I felt like he was too good for me. I've done a lot of growing since then and I've been trying really hard to be a better person. I'm doing great at it I think! Now I feel like I absolutely do deserve a nice person. So..anyways...I got ready early, which has not ever happened before, so I was just sitting there waiting staring at my little brother, who was chillin' on the couch obnoxiously calm and relaxed. I've never been so nervous in my life. I got a text from Date that said, "I'm here". I thought that was weird and that he wanted me to go out to the car or something so I swung open the front door and BOOM! There he was. And I screamed and flung my arms about because he startled the hell out of me. Apparently my doorbell is broken and I didn't hear it ring. He was SO handsome! You guys! He opened the car doors for me. I have a theory that it is impossible for a date to go badly if they open the car door for you. It tells me that he is a man and is not afraid to behave like one and that is incredibly attractive to me. We went to schmancy din and the waitress had to come back like 4 times to take our order because we accidentally kept talking. The food was absolutely delicious and it was just the best first date ever! Hopefully there is a date #2. We will see I guess.

1 comment:

  1. No one is too good for you. You deserve to be treated with respect. A person who does not treat you with respect isn't a man in my book.