I spoke to Amelie on the phone last night.
I didn’t realize it, but she’s only 18 years old. She’s also a trust fund baby, which is a good thing. She won’t be asking for any of my money.
I told her the other two girls have Thursday off and asked her to come out to dinner with us, to which she agreed.
So I also spoke to Jennifer and Toi and they agreed to go out Thursday. It should be a nice evening.
I got a phone number today from a girl named Amelie. She’s a volunteer at the food bank.
She’s cute as a button, too. She’s only about 4’11”, but she has the cutest face I’ve ever seen. I told her I was polyamorous and she said that was fine, so she wants me to call her tonight, which I’ll do.
I dumped Emily today.
I found out she was talking to and flirting with a guy on Facebook and that’s a no-go for me and she knew it.
So now it’s just me and Toi and Jennifer.
Toi, Jennifer, and Emily are going out with me tonight to dinner for a date.
We haven’t had a group date in some time and I’m really looking forward to it. We’re going to the restaurant by the river. I’ve called ahead and ordered goose for the four of us.
Should be fantastic!
Well, I thought Holly would get over my change of heart about her moving in, but apparently she hasn’t. She dumped me this afternoon.
Damned shame. I really liked Holly.
Holly never did move in that weekend. She said she wanted to wait until her 2 weeks at the restaurant was up.
Meantime, I’ve had a change of heart. I don’t want to live with anyone right now. I’d rather live alone for the time being.
Holly was hurt, but she’ll get over it.
My parents’ anniversary is tomorrow, so I’m heading down there to celebrate with them.
As of tomorrow, they’ve been married 67 years. They’ve been a couple for over 70.
Happy Anniversary, mom and dad!
Holly handed in her two weeks notice to the restaurant yesterday and will be moving in this weekend.
When she does, I’ll be supporting her while she builds her YouTube channel.
The doctor says I’m well enough to go home tomorrow (Monday).
I’m going to miss two very special nurses: Brooke and Makenzy.
I’m excited to go home, though.
When the girls come to visit me in the hospital, they always wear high heels.
As they walk down the corridors, I can detect the familiar click-click-click from their heels from quite a distance.
Nothing wrong with my ears, that’s for sure.