JD and I have a lot of fun together. Sometimes maybe too much, sometimes bordering on insane stupidity. But as Amy Poehler once said, no one looks stupid when they’re having fun. Last Saturday night we went mini golfing after our afternoon at the beach, being silly and “dancing”. I put that in quotations because it was more of a clownish interpretation of ball room dancing than good form, that and we don’t know how to ball room dance. It was so much fun though and we both left with big smiles on our faces, though we were headed towards burritos and ice cream so I don’t know who wouldn’t be smiling.
I can’t remember the last time I went mini golfing. It was a long time ago, that’s for sure. The only things I do remember about it were being attacked by mosquitos and feeling very frustrated that I was losing. Saturday night was a much better experience. There were a few larger groups ahead of us that took up some extra time and caused a small wait between holes so JD and I, in true form, spent it describing the scenery and it’s history to each other in silly, slightly british voices. Everything from a 1920s gangster turned auctioneer describing a passing train to my Grace Kelly voice. It was so much fun.
As previously mentioned, I was extremely paranoid about getting attacked by mosquitos since that one glorious memory stuck out so vividly in my mind, so, despite the warm temperatures and humidity, I dressed for a different season. Anyone who has ever had the displeasure of having a bug bite on the bottom of their foot should understand my desire to trade in a cute pair of summery sandals for boots. I love these boots though, and usually try to sneak them into my summer wardrobe as much as possible anyway. For our grand tour of the “toilet water blue lagoon and falls” I paired them with jeans and a lightweight black top with longer sleeves.
I can’t believe it’s Thursday already, this week is just flying by. Thank you so much for reading and have a great day!