It's kind of scary that I didn't Photoshop my hair at all! I should take some where the sun isn't shining directly on me. My goal was: fire. I'm actually quite pleased with how it turned out!
Oh my goodness. So. This Wasted Wednesday was quite an interesting one. A group of us were on the bar's patio, having a perfectly lovely time, as usual. Then a very pretty girl came over and kneeled down next to me.
“I just have to tell you, you're so beautiful. Your skin is so perfect and your hair and your tattoos and... I would just really love to be with you.”
WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE THIS CAN'T BE REAL!
“Oh my god, you're so sweet!” And, of course, I'm blushing up a storm. She visited me several more times throughout the evening, flirting shamelessly with me. At one point I ran my fingers through her hair and stroked her cheek. Then I kissed her very softly...for just a moment.
We exchanged numbers and the next day when I contemplated texting her, I completely panicked I just couldn't believe she could have possibly meant what she said. It had to have been some cruel joke or she was super drunk or something, right? Because I am not beautiful. And I'm totally fine with that fact but it confuses me when people say otherwise. But I took a deep breath and sent her a text.
She said of course she remembered me and apologized if she'd been intense. She told me again how beautiful I was and said she'd just had to approach me, that she felt drawn to me.
We talked for a bit, both blushy and giggly. We have a date next week. Which I'm fairly certain will involve some kissing. And much more blushing...at least on my part.
DBT is going really, really well. I'm finding it so much more helpful than past therapy groups. They were simply talk therapy while DBT is more focused on mindfulness and action. I've made a note to write a full entry about DBT and the different modules we work on. But so far, so good. Unlike previous groups, I actually look forward to attending and leave feeling as if I've learned some things!
Books Read in June
The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel) by Ellen Raskin
The Tattooed Potato and Other Clues by Ellen Raskin
The Psychopath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry by Jon Ronson
A bunch of Edgar Allen Poe
Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett
TV Discovered in June
A Touch of Frost
TV Heaven, Telly Hell
(Basically nothing but British TV)