Surprise time out

I don’t care if Monday’s blue
Tuesday’s grey and Wednesday too
Thursday I don’t care about you
It’s Friday, I’m in love

Monday you can fall apart
Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart
Oh, Thursday doesn’t even start
It’s Friday I’m in love

Saturday, wait
And Sunday always comes too late
But Friday, never hesitate…

Friday afternoon:

He was running late. The grip and I were supposed to have lunch. He was going to bring a comic book for a friend at work. It had been a busy week. I didn’t know how busy of a weekend it would be. But when he finally arrived, nothing else mattered.

I’d been telling him about this little place that me and some coworkers had been going to at lunch for beer and Italian food. It’s a pleasant little time out in the day, makes the day go a bit faster.

He said he was picking up something to eat and apologized for the wait. He wanted me to walk out to the gate though. I asked him why and he just said it was a surprise.

About a month ago we’d gone to an In & Out and I gotten my burger a certain way. He not only remembered, but it has been something mentioned on a couple of occasions. He’d even gone on a late night drive and got one just the way I get mine while thinking of me. It probably sounds silly and cheesy. But when he came to my work with my burger and another one made specifically a certain way so he could still get kisses from me, it made me smile.

I work 5 minutes from the beach. I hadn’t taken the opportunity to go in months though. There’s something about the water.. about the smell and the feel of the sand that just makes me feel cleansed. Not a care in the world exists.

“Whatever you’ve done, I forgive you.” I said as we pulled up to the beach.

Burgers, beer, and my boy… it was lovely.

I even got a chance to dance…

It was only an hour. But of my day.. of my week.. it was the best surprise I’ve had in a long time. So for all those girls who ask for diamonds, they may be forever, but for me, it’s moments like this one that make life all the much more worthwhile.

/end cheese