What happened to April’s date?! I’ll tell you. WORK! We had an appointment made for our April date, but I got my work schedule and ended up working that day. We had to cancel and we swapped. We are doing May’s this month.
For this date we went to Dave and Buster’s in Philadelphia. We ate some food and played some games:
This month’s date was in two parts and we decided to ignore directions
space them out, so we could enjoy them. The first part of the date was Painting the Snow, which can be found here
. The second part of the date was Love’s Laboratory, that I found here
. This activity made me VERY aware of that fact that neither of us are good at following directions. Directions? What are those? Clearly, they are not meant for those who know exactly
what they are doing 24/7…sarcasm. This date put our over-confident selves to shame.
I’m very aware of the fact that I am oblivious and do not follow directions. Warning labels? Directions? Instructions? A rebel without a cause. I learned this as early as the 4th grade…trust me, this may or may not have something to do with the date. Let’s continue: You see, I had a teacher that gave us an assignment. The assignment was to see how well you read the directions only…he didn’t tell you that. I get a paper that’s handed to me with 20 questions to answer. Awesome! I got this! Practically as soon as I get the paper, the smartest kid in the class turns in his paper. How is this possible?! No one is THAT smart! As I read the paper, I completely skipped the directions and started answering the questions. More people started getting up and turning in their paper. Really? I’m that dumb? I must hurry and answer these questions ASAP. I decided finally, maybe I should read the directions. It read as follows: write your name on the top of the paper and hand it into the teacher.” That’s when I realized, I am not good at following directions.
I think the best part about the date is how many damn times we TRIED to get it right and failed. We tried to do it in the beginning of the month, but after just winging it, getting it wrong, and getting angry at it for not working out, we waited until…tonight. Hard-headed? That is not a term that either of us can relate to.
As some of you have read in the previous post, this Christmas Adam was gifted 12 fabulous months worth of semi-pre-paid dates. I planned to have all of the dates pre-paid, but we went a bit crazy on Christmas gifts this year. Shoot me! This was the first Christmas in yearssss that we were actually able to get each other gifts to open on Christmas day. Usually we buy for the family first and then late January comes around and we can finally afford gifts for one another. I guess that became the “tradition,” BUT some traditions are meant to be broken I believe!