Waco was much fun. It was Belvis' birthday and it was also a long time since I've seen her and the rest of the gang. Finally, I got to meet her beau, too.
I know what you are thinking; "Waco?"
Let's not underestimate, just yet. Waco is a hidden shopping gem.
There is this one place where you can find hip jeans and clothing, at a fraction of the cost from anywhere else. Seriously.
Example: They had a Free People jacket priced at $48.
If you know Free People brand, you know nothing is $48. Nothing. Ok, maybe a belt.
Belvis had a kick ass party with karoke, a wild game of dress up, and a ton of great Greek food. I love Greek food. There are not enough Greek restaurants around.
I know I live in Dallas--top restaurant city, but the Greek food here is not so great. If you know a place, let me know.
The food and the company were kick ass. Most of the girls I had not seen since last year, so it was nice to catch up.
Yes, I tried to pull some interventions on some people that clearly needed them.
Uhm, such as my friend dating a married man and expecting everthing to change once he commits to you? Then living with this man, hoping he will marry you?
Did we learn anything from Sienna and Jude?
So you know, I had to regulate and intervene on the married man. She's my friend and we've all dated the non-committal type male. She took it a step further, with a married man.
Was it wrong that I bold faced asked him what his intentions with her were?
Was it wrong that I was disgusted that he said he'll do what he'll do when he is ready, no time frame or anything?
Was it wrong that I was thisclose to telling him to hit the road since he cheated on his wife, so he is likely to cheat on my friend?
Interventions are a good thing. So when it's over, don't go telling everyone that I have issues.
At least I can admit to my own issues.
So he should have said that I have 'opinions' not issues. Oh. Well.
I just like to have my friend's back. Because I've been there and done that for all of a second. Let me tell you, married men are just that, they are married.
If you mess with one; you are the homewrecker--no matter what spin you put on it. "He is in a love-less marriage", "He is only happy with me", "He won't cheat on me"
Don't get me wrong, I know my friend is part to blame as well. Since I'm biased, I could only hate on his ass.