So I really love awkward & awesome Thursday. I have only done it once before, but I think it is something I need to start doing on the reg. If we're being completely truthful here, I shouldn't just limit myself to Thursdays, because I find myself in the weirdest situations pretty much every day. I honestly had forgotten all about awkward & awesome until the other day when I tweeted about the awkward situations I find myself in, and my girl Christina replied "Blog about it!". Well, okay girl! I will!
- getting a ride from my dad back to my car on Seis de Mayo. because Cinco de Mayo really did me in. I made it home, but my vehicle did not. Thanks, dad, for taking a slight detour on your way to work to take your ridiculous daughter back to the establishment that fed her unlimited mimosas from noon-3pm.
-getting out of the shower, walking out of the bathroom and into the living room only to find the housekeeper standing there with a mop. this event did not live up to its full awkward potential seeing as how I was wearing a robe.
- boys in san antonio. wtf, guys. just call a girl and ask her to dinner, it isn't that difficult.
no lie, i was at a party the other week, and a guy followed me around for 2 hours and all he would say was "so and so says i should ask you out". did he ask me out? no. but the next day he sent me a facebook message saying "i didn't get to score your digits...care to indulge?". for real. is this the norm? or is it just me who gets to interact with these gems?
-going on a shopping excursion and the chambray button down shirt you're wearing keeps busting open. i think it had to do with my crossbody bag undoing the buttons, but still. i looked down on several occasions and realized my shirt was flapping in the wind and my pink polka-spotted bra was on display to everybody at la cantera. at least i was wearing cute undergarments?
- i close on my new house tomorrow. i'm feeling very adult like, seeing as how lately i've been comparing stainless steel appliances instead of designer shoes. weird. dexter and i are pretty excited, but we don't move in until later this summer. boo.
- cinco de mayo. it is such a great day/holiday/excuse to party. when it is spent on a patio with bottomless mimosas, bocce ball, and great friends? even better.
-a purse full of 3 dozen confetti eggs. if you don't live in san antonio, you may not be aware of the joys that are cascarones, but you should educate yourself ASAP. you either love them, or you pretend to hate them (because i'm convinced nobody can actually hate being surprised with a confetti shower). Anyways, I'm still finding confetti and bits of colored eggshell in my handbag, and I'm completely cool with it.
i'm trying to finagle some tickets to an upcoming playoff game....preferably floor seats so that this treasure can be spotted on national television. i'll let you know how that goes....