This weekend was a whirlwind of reminiscing and absolute craziness!
So I’ve told you about Bix, right? Well she has bumped up her flight and is now leaving for London TODAY! She told us this on Thursday, so, as you can imagine, this weekend became “The-Best-of-the-Three-Musketeers-Back-Together-One-Last-Time.”
On Friday we went to Doors and rocked our socks off! I am not even kidding! I haven’t danced like that since… actually ‘m not even sure I have danced like that. We were on the floor the WHOLE time. Every time my body would say, “Ok, it’s time for a rest!” a really, really good song would come on and I would just ignore it! It was so AWESOME. I’m sure The Killers would agree. They were coming there for the concert after party, although I gave in to my body before they arrived , so there is no proof in the form of a photo (although apparently there are no camera’s allowed in Doors, at all, ever! So that wouldn’t have happened anyway!).
So after the “Awesomest-Night-of-Dancing-Ever” I woke up and I promise you, I couldn’t move me neck. I just laid there trying to figure out how I was going to get up. Did you know that you use your neck muscles for almost every movement you make? It gives you momentum to move forward or get up. Yes, I know, it was news to me too.
So Saturday was interesting, to say the least. I did still manage so go out with Mr Perfect and get DVD’s but that was about it. We watched “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince” (I had forgotten what it was like in cinema… Twilight has that effect), “The Hangover” (which was hilarious… did I mention earlier that you use your neck to laugh too?) and “Ice Age 3″ (which was pretty good too. Who doesn’t love cute baby dinosaurs and Mammoths?).
Yesterday I woke up with a very, very slightly better neck and off we went to The Glen, before going back to Bix’s to have a farewell braai. Shopping was horrific… busy shopping centre’s should not be inhabited by crazy girls who have a sore neck and can therefore not work properly. Needless to say, I was not in the best of moods!
The braai was awesome, as well. Reminiscing about ‘The Good Ol’ Days” can never be bad Except when people keep pouring shooters, on a Sunday, and you have to then be reminded that you are now older and have to actually go to work on a Monday – that sucks! I did leave there with a special something though – “The Holy Grail of the Three Musketeers.” Yes, it sounds ridiculous, but it is our book. It holds the ultimate form of reminiscing and I may even post some of the best ones here You never know.
All in all it was fantastic, but now I have to get to the airport and deal with the not so awesome part – saying goodbye!