Saturday was the day Scotty was to come down from Georgia. We had our hotel all booked and everything. Then, he tells me that he will not be in town until around 2am. I was sad. That means he would have gotten here on Sunday. Blehh…
BUT, as always, he was leading me on just to surprise me. At approximately 11:30pm, I left the hotel to go to Walmart and get some Juicy Juice. (Mmmm.) I was walking to my car, when out of nowhere from behind a wall someone jumped out at me. I literally pissed everywhere. (Minus the “literally.”) I screamed, I jumped. My heart was pounding. Then, I realized it was Scotty.
I HATE YOU. Hahahaha.
I should have known he would do this. Usually I can tell when he is up to something sneaky and cute like this. But no, not this time. He scared me to death. He excited me to death. I love him to death.
That night, we went to Walmart, stopped by my house for a moment or two. I finished packing since he was
adorably 2 HOURS EARLY and we were off. Off to the hotel.
The next day, we woke up around 12:30pm and got ready. Our plans were to wake up and leave for The Mall at Millenia, come home, watch a movie, then leave to go watch Sex and the City 2 with Lindsey and Meghan. Luckily that all happened EXCEPT for the movie at the hotel. We watched the red carpet Jersey Shore extravaganza instead.
The mall was amazing. I got a new shirt, he signed up to be a MAC Pro member, I found a new scent I really want - Paris Hilton’s Can Can. (If you have it, please give it to me.) And then we left for the most amazing restaurant in Orlando.
Mount Fuji’s Japanese Cuisine. From the outside it looked horrible but once inside, it was great.
Sex and the City 2 was AMAZING. Scotty will blog about the fashion later. And I must say, it is great having my 3 favorite people all together. It felt so good!
The next day, we woke up early, went to eat IHOP, and left to go to the beach. It was sunny when we left. It was overcast on the way. It was sprinkling on the pier. It was a monsoon when we got to the beach. Oh my, it was amazing. We were soaked from rain, instead of ocean water. Our life is such a romantic comedy. Like, really. Hahahaha. I love it.
Thennnn we ate out again. And. he. left.
It is always so sad whenever we leave each other. I guess that is completely obvious. But, it’s like, every time I start the drive home, I am in complete shock when I start crying. Or like this time, when he started the drive home, I am in complete shock when I start crying. It is a reminder every single month how much I care for Scotty. He is my everything.
This was a great weekend.
So, the concert last night was SUPPOSED to be headlined by Jeffree Star & BrokeNCYDE. But, Jeffree was apparently too sick to go. Therefor, Blood on the Dance Floor was able to do a longer set. YES!
STEREOS: Their show was as good as it could be with the maybe 3 people that knew who they were. The music was good, even though it was a genre I would never listen to in my own time. Let’s just say, I was not bored with their show, as I usually am during opening bands. 7/10.
BLOOD ON THE DANCEFLOOR: See, I was most excited for BOTDF when I heard Jeffree wasn’t going to be there. This was my 3rd time seeing them, and they get better each time. I literally have never felt such a strong connection to a band, as I did last night. I noticed there were only 4 people that knew every single lyric. Me, Lindsey, that David kid in the front row, and an annoying guy behind me. Lindsey and I were right at the front, so at least once in every song we got to scream/sing a lyric or two. I think only 5 or 6 people ever even got to do so. We did for EVERY song (except Knockout). When Dahvie would crowd surf, who helped him back on stage? Lindsey and I. When they were holding someone in the crowd’s hands, whose was it? Lindsey or I. Even after the show was over and we talked to them, Dahvie remembered who we were. He hugged us and thanked us for knowing all the words.
What a great moment. My favorite part was during “Sexting,” they were playing the original version live. Guess who ignored that and sang the Jeffree rap? Lindsey and I. They gave me the mic for the whole first half, and Lindsey for the second. Yessss~ 9.8/10. (I wanted to go onstage.)
BROKENCYDE: We were so exhausted after BOTDF that both me AND Lindsey left the crowd. Meghan stayed at the front for half of the show. They were good, but the show was no different than the last time I saw them. Ehh. 6/10.
This wasn’t written to brag, as I am sure none of you care. I just want to remember last night. It was by far my favorite show that I have seen yet.