This past weekend I spent what felt like every waking moment with my best friend. It was refreshing to say the least. When you haven’t spent any time with someone that close to you in about 3 months, every moment spent laughing feels like it’s slowly bringing you back to life
Promptly after picking me up, we decided on one of our favorite things and went to a coffee shop. This place was called Stardust, and it was covered with lights and filled with bookshelves. We spent about an hour and a half here, laughing and catching each other up on the past 3 months of each other lives.
From here, we headed to a show for our friend Nathan’s band. (Slight plug, definitely check out tired guys on soundcloud) The crowd at this place was slightly hilarious, I won’t lie. Not even in a bad way, I just didn’t know that level of edgy twenty-something indie kid existed outside of a vampire weekend song. It was a good time.
The next day, we headed to the most magical place on earth.(™) This is the only picture of us there. I know…photography. I think Disney with David is the definition of a good time for sure. Fun story, there was a geofilter on snapchat for some little boy’s birthday and I was shook…when will I ever.
The next day, we got dinner with our friend Nicole and I couldn’t stop laughing the entire time. They are both already the funniest people I know and I don’t know how I’m supposed to survive when they’re both in the room. We talked a lot about how college was going for them and it made me smile a bunch, mostly because it gave me hope that I won’t die immediately after graduation. Shout out to Nicole for reassuring me about my future after my guidance counselor failed to do so, by the way.
David is back in Toccoa Falls now, and it won’t be another month or so until I see him again, but I’m glad he chose to spend so much time with me when he could’ve been doing so many other things. I’m really not quite sure how I’d survive without him. (Gross, I Know.)