So here's what's on my mind tonight. Does being a "third" wheel bother you? (Or in my case, I was the 6th wheel) I'm speaking to the singles out there that read my blog, but even if you're not single, please weigh in your opinion. I'm asking because Saturday evening, I met a group of what I wrongly assumed was going to be "just girls". But when I got to the restaurant I was met with the girls, and also their husbands. They're all married. It was five couples and me. Just me. Now, normally I wouldn't be so bothered but I'm not good friends with this group. We're friendly and social (they did invite me after all) but only in the "all girls" realm. I guess I felt blind-sided is all. And also awkward. Plus, they made me sit at the head of the friggin table! I almost made them kiss my ring and call me "Godmother". I just don't like being put in those types of situations. Don't get me wrong, we all had a great time and delicious dinner, but I was taken aback by "the couples". It was a bit intimidating to be the "loner" amidst a group of people I barely knew. To be fair, they were very nice. I'm not criticising them, just the predicament. I'm curious to see what you have to say about this. Thoughts?
In other news, I met "Brunch guy" for dinner last night. We had not seen each other since, well, since brunch actually. We had a good time. But he gave me the "speech". You know the one, "...better off as friends" Not to worry, I'm good with that. As I told you before, I had no expectations other than being friends with him in the first place. I'm glad we got that "talk" out of the way. Now we can just hang-out and not be afraid that one of us is getting twitterpatted over the other. In fact, he's working out at the same gym as me, and has suggested we work out together sometime. I'm all for it!
Speaking of working out,
Well, that's what's going on with me. Thanks for dropping by! You know the drill, it's Monday, make this week count!