Monday, April 24, 2006

Feeling odd

I've been feeling slightly odd for the past couple of days and I can't really put my finger on why. I guess it's something to do with having a quiet weekend - I was so grateful to not be packing a suitcase for once, but after two days of quiet I got that Sunday afternoon feeling and it's kind of lingered. It wasn't as if I had nothing to do either: the usual food shopping, clothes washing etc happened, and I also went to church, walked to Sainsbury's and back (which is pretty far from where I live) and walked to Blockbuster to return my DVDs. Of course I also met the lovely Lucy for a rather fab girly gossip in Rhubarb, followed by some ambling round Leam town centre in the sunshine, which was an excellent way of spending Saturday afternoon and cheered me up no end, but afterwards I was on a happy high and then had nothing to do except sit in my living room and watch a quite stunningly bad chick flick. I guess what I'm trying to say is that although I wouldn't want to be living with anyone else, and generally have no time to be considering a "significant other" (horrible term) there are the odd occasions when it would be nice to have someone to mindlessly chat to or look forward to seeing. This is a generally strange feeling which will hopefully go away when I'm manically busy again. Methinks girly nights must be planned - giggling and cocktails are definitely an excellent substitute for men and far more fun and less stress!

6 comments:

Juicy said...

Aww Sarah - there you are wishing for a bit of company and there I am wishing they'd all just give me some peace! We never win. Saturday was cool though, although I think my coffee high went a bit wrong! Never has a weekend been quite so emotionally arsed.

Lu said...

I third that. Maybe it's a Libran thing.

Hope you're feeling better now, and I'm definitely up for girly nights! Far more fun and less stressful than men indeed :-)

Kel said...

Girly nights are definitely needed!

Any proposals?

Sarah said...

How about a night out in Cov, considering most of you live there. I propose either Old Orleans (cocktails and food in one place) or Nandos and Dogma/Prague (food followed by drinks). Maybe we could go and see that new Confetti film that's coming out soon? Let me know what you think xx

Naomi said...

Girly night is definitely a great idea! Plus I haven't gotten drunk in a shockingly long time and I think it's about time that was rectified hehe xx

Juicy the Cocktail whore said...

Old Orleans is always legendary (especially when we can oggle the Crust, but that's a rare and precious sighting I fear) I think we should go there and then see a cheesy chick flick! Hurrah!