My friend recently got married…she’s 24. It happened all of a sudden. She met a guy, they dated for five months, she moved in then six weeks later BOOM! They decided to get married, at first her family and friends were shocked, some questioning. some supportive. I, of course was the latter. If you know, you know! What does Patti Stanger (Millionaire Matchmaker) say? if you don’t know if you want to marry someone in the first couple months…you never will. This made me question what I was doing with my unboyfriend. I mean, I didn’t even think of asking him to come with me to the wedding??? I guess I am really single.
Anyway, the wedding reception was at their house and so I sat with another friend from work and her family. Luckily there were no seating assignments or I might have found myself on the dreaded misfit’s “singles table.” Well, there were four other seats at our table then wouldn’t you know…four single guys sat down on the empty seats. So the whole table started chit chatting and I shared that I had made some items on the buffet line–the mac & cheese, spinach rolls and corn bread. Well, after we all got our plates one guy said that the mac & cheese was the best he ever had. The other guy said that corn bread was his favorite, another took ten spinach rolls and the last one put his head down and devoured everything that I had made. Wow, what a boost to my ego!
Our table was the most fun, the guys were attentive,my friend and her family knew them..great conversation–we all were having s a really good time. Then the bewtiching hour came–8:30pm and it was time for me and them to go home. Uh yeah, it seems really early for you all however it was a school night, literally.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that the boys (literally) were age ranged five to eight years old. I guess they heard I date younger guys and I cook. (did I mention I used to be an elementary school teacher?) Oh well that’s the story of my life. Hahahaha.