Monday, June 27, 2011

Boys, Boys, Boys

First of all, welcome to my newest follower, Ellen Lloyd.  Thanks for following me.  I followed you back.  I really enjoy your blog.

This is the tale of my day yesterday.  In the morning I went to church and haung out at the house for a while.  Then I met a guy at Starbucks and sold him my Nintendo DS at 6:00.  He paid me $100 for the DS and 14 games, so I'm not broke anymore, which is pretty great.  He was around my age, attractive, funny, and very charismatic.  I kind of want to ask him if he wants to hang out sometime.  So that was pretty great.  Then on the way back, this random guy was like "Hey, didn't you walk past here a while ago?"  I said yes, and then he asked if I would be coming by again. I said no, and then he asked if he could walk me.  I said I guess so, so we walked and talked and he told me he liked my earrings and then he asked how old I am.  I told him I'm 19 and he said he thought I looked older.  That was the first time in my life someone has thought I looked older than I am.  Usually they think I'm up to 3 years younger than I am.  He asked for my email address after asking if I'm busy this week. I told him I'm hopefully moving, so yes.  Then he asked if I'm doing anything this weekend, which I'm not.  I told him I'm probably not doing anything this weekend, but I don't really date guys that much older than me.  He's only five years older than me, but I haven't had a whole lot of experience dating, so I just want to stick to guys 2 years older or a year younger.  So he asked if I'd like to hang out just as friends and I said sure.

Then I got home and my roommates had a party for one of their friends who is going away to med school this week.  I didn't really know anyone so I did a lot of awkward standing around, but I did meet two designers, one graphic and one fashion, so that was pretty cool.

Today I'm checking out a place that is on the lower end of my budget and there's a pool. I'm determined to like it.

I'm still debating about asking the guy who bought my DS to hang out. Any opinions?  There's also this guy at my church who I really like, if I ever get the nerve to ask him to hang out.


  1. Go ask. You have nothing to lose. :)

  2. True. I'll let you know what he says.


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