Sorry for the hiatus–been busy with life. I also met some alpacas.
It was an awfully busy week with Galentine’s Day and Valentine’s Day. One of these holidays involved exchanging gifts with a three course meal at a fancy restaurant and the other one was Valentine’s Day.
I have yet to watch Parks and Recreation (though it perpetually lives towards the beginning of my Netflix queue), but I understand the show officially launched Galentine’s Day, as a holiday for ladies to celebrate with ladies. One night lask week, I met up with a wonderful group of gals for a great dinner (it started with fried cheese and ended with a giant bowl of chocolate mousse…nuff said). We also exchanged gifts such as: socks that said “smitten kitten,” owl themed chocolates, and sparkly stickers. It was an evening that embodied true love.
Happy New Year!
I ended up going to a friend’s place last night and had a great time playing games, talking, and laughing! Every time I have these experiences, I’m reminded how truly great it can be to be single–flexibility to hang out with the friends when the opportunity pops up at the last minute. No checking with someone else’s schedule just freedom to do what I want. I know a relationship doesn’t mean losing all that freedom, but it is an adjustment and I feel it’s important to try to enjoy myself no matter the circumstances.
Anyways, since I didn’t get to have Netflix and chill time with the cats last night, I made up for it today. I guess that’s not all I did. I had a coffee date (nothing to report just yet) and then I decided to eat all the unhealthy foods. Anti-resolution? I had a delicious cheeseburger and fries for lunch and Chinese food for dinner. To put it over the top, I ordered the only dish that could say: I’M A SINGLE PERSON WHO IS EATING HER FEELINGS. A pu pu platter for one. Those feelings can really be delicious.
Now I shall digest while watching TV and texting.