“You’re pretty. You can say dumb things.”

I went out to dinner with the girls last night and Amanda made a dumb remark, then apologized for being blonde.

“it’s okay, Amanda,” I said. “You’re pretty, so you can say dumb things.” Like the good girl she is, she smiled, shook her head a little then settled down back into her meal.

Ladies, if you’re pretty, you don’t need to worry about dumb comments. We appreciate you anyway just because of how good you look.

-VIS

Nazanine and the Girls

Well, I got to meet Nazanine the other day and although she was extremely pretty, she was terribly boring. Normally, I like boring girls because it gives me an opportunity to fill the conversation with my own stories, but Nazanine only wanted to talk about the tragic death of a Muslim family here in Canada. It was a good conversation for 5 minutes, but after half an hour of it, I got incredibly bored with her.

The next evening, me, Danielle, and Amanda had a long conversation about where our relationship is headed. We decided it’s not really headed anywhere, that we’re just having a good time.

It turns out Nazanine was a blessing in disguise.

-VIS

The Girls and a surprise

The girls want to come over tonight and introduce me to a girl named Nazanine. She’s a Persian girl and exotic heritages are always interesting to me.

We’re going to light a bonfire and make smores for the evening while I drink a couple of beers.

Amanda is a great guitar player, so she’s bringing over her acoustic guitar and I’m going to take out my 12 string so that we can have a campfire sing-along.

I’m excited to meet Nazanine. It should be fun.

-VIS

The Girls and the Heat

Well, this week was very interesting. Temperatures often approached 31C (88F) and we did anything possible to avoid the heat.

The girls went for a dip in their bikinis on Monday, but because we don’t have laundry facilities at the cabin, the girls felt they couldn’t wear their bikinis to avoid the heat the rest of the week, so they ended up going naked.

God bless summer!

-VIS