I always wonder "What is going to be enough for me?" Is there actually a time in my life I will say, "No thanks, I don't want to go"
I'm thinking no. I wish I wouldn't want to go. That right here, right now was enough for me.
School is going well for the boys. Hockey season is in full blown action (I have four hockey games to attend this weekend). Work is going well. I've actually been dating a great guy for about month now. (He's age appropriate and a personal trainer - hoping he will get me back in shape).
Then, what happens?
It's either a phone call. A text. An e-mail. "If I send you a ticket, will you come to an island in the middle of the Caribbean for the weekend?" Says, Peter Pan.......
Oh Peter, how do you know just when to call??? No, not the Pan from the Pacific. The original Peter Pan.
The funny thing is, I actually had to think about it for a moment. It had to be discussed with the "Board of Directors" (my girlfriends) - as we were wondering if Hope would want to come along. Or if this could truly just be a fun trip.
Okay, I'm calling your bluff this time Peter - I want to come. Send me the ticket. I actually have NO hockey games next weekend, and the boys are with their dad. Nothing to rearrange.
By the way, my passport expired in September. And this is why I always have a passport!!! Valid! And with me.
Or maybe it's why I have a new favorite island - one that doesn't require a passport. Too bad that Pan can't be alone and still has the old girlfriend living with him. I could just go to that island.
Or maybe I just need to be okay and realize I'm not bored.
Who am I trying to convince??
Oh Peter, then the same thing happens - you get scared when I say yes...... And the ticket won't arrive, but next time I know I won't have to ask my friends, I will just say yes. Wondering why this time, I thought it was going to be different. I guess I was bored.....