Thursday, October 1, 2015

6 Years Ago...


Hi there!

Six years ago today I was getting ready for class in my DC Cleveland Park apartment. I decided to wear a dress this day and curl my hair. As I unraveled my curls I remember thinking, "why am I trying so hard?" I was taken aback that I was excited for my evening. I didn't think I wanted to date anyone during grad school. And yet, here I was in a new dress, curled hair and butterflies flitting around in my stomach.

Class was a blur as was my library session that afternoon. 6pm was quickly approaching and I was about to meet up with this super cute and sweet guy at the Georgetown Waterfront for drinks.

As I walked up to the restaurant I remember getting a chill and clutching my scarf a little tighter. The nerves were taking over. Does this guy like me? Are we just friends?

Maybe I did want to date, after all.
In fact, I just wanted to date him.

Then I saw him, checking on our reservation and turning around to see me. He smiled.

Soon after, the evening was filled with nervous yet natural conversation, sangria, chips & guac, a game of 20 questions that never ended, a walk to a wine bar and a kiss in the rain before I hopped in a cab.

My life was forever changed.

Have First Date-iversary, Andrew! I'm so happy it was my last first date 6 years ago.



Have a good one!

7 comments:

Jenn said...

So sweet! Love this post! It's so fun to look back on that first date and remember those feelings on our last first dates! :)

P!nky said...

Happy date anniversary!!!!! <3

Bibi Lobo said...

happy first date! I cannot believe it was SIX years ago! So glad it happened. Love you!

Rachel said...

Happy first date anniversary! This one is always one of my favorites to celebrate. Hope you guys get to do something special!

Jessica said...

What a sweet story! How fun it is to look back on such a good memory. :)

Megan @ Chicago Girl said...

So cute! I thought I was the only one who celebrated these tiny amazing moments:)

Vincent said...

It is really a great memeroy. Six years have passed. And in the next 6 years, you will witness more happiness.