Yesterday was a good day! Last night I went out to dinner with my friends, Londi, Evan (little bro), & Martin. We went and enjoyed some delicious Mexican food, and of course Margaritas! I brought J home some nacho’s with beef and cheese, his favorite! We were in the restaurant for 2 hours, laughing and I’m sure annoying all the customers around us. We were quite noisy, but that’s okay we were having FUN!
In the middle of dinner, I spotted my ex (from when I was 18) in there with his wife. Ha! I, said this out loud to my friends, and of course they all had to turn their necks to see. Ex started a hole through me, and then I happened to receive a text from him after he left with his wife. He said it was great to see me and that I looked great. *Rolls eyes*. I can’t believe he kept my number all this time; I sure as hell didn’t keep his! Ha!
Before dinner, I went to the cemetery to visit my dad, grandparents, and aunt’s graves. I haven’t been in a while, and it’s a way for me to just be there “with them”. If that makes sense? I have to say, while pulling in I saw the oddest thing! There was a sign at the entrance of things you weren’t allowed to do in the cemetery such as, no jogging, no pets, but the kicker was NO PICNICS. Really!? Who would have a picnic in a cemetery!? This struck me as SO odd! I should have taken a picture!
Today is my last day of quiet in the office, but thank goodness tomorrow is Friday! Whooo, so excited! J and I are still trying to decide what we are doing this weekend. There is a 400 mile yard sale going on, and we think that may be fun to hit up. Sure would be an adventure, that’s for sure! Oh, I bought tickets to go see a concert this summer! So excited! I haven’t been to a concert in 2 years, and I’m way past overdue! J will definitely get a kick out of seeing me dance and sing like a crazy fool!
I’ll leave you with this humor for the day: While on my lunch break today I passed a white ford ranger that had black “cow” spots painted on it. After a closer look, it also had Cow Horns attached to the top of the truck, and a rope hanging on the tailgate as the cow’s “tail.” Wow!