Birthday celebrations continued this weekend but came to a screeching halt on Sunday when I was practically dying from said celebrations.
My friend Kristyn, who you might remember from several of my conversations posts, has a birthday next week so we went ahead and celebrated together with my brothers on Saturday night. We called it Kraygan’s, because Kristyn sometimes goes by “kbray” so after combining that with Megan, well, it’s obvious. Kristyn and I were practically celebrities…it’s a shocker E! News wasn’t there live-tweeting the event. We started at Lupe’s, where my younger brother works, with margaritas and some food for the people who hadn’t had too many margaritas by the time the food came out and could remember we were there to eat (I was not one of those people). Afterward we went to Third Floor in Houston. All of Midtown was a zoo of Halloween parties. Thankfully I wore a dress, so whenever anyone asked what I was I just said “A model obviously.”
This night is best explained in photos (blurry iPhone pictures, because of all the celebrating), but I will end the post with some things I was caught saying at the end of the night on camera.
Here are some of the masterpieces Kristyn and I were sending each other Friday to get pumped up.
We are big Tuna fans. We both got each other Tuna-themed gifts, even.
And lastly, some spurts of wisdom that came flying out of my mouth Saturday night:
While discussing fraternal, or “fraternical” as I was recorded saying, and identical twins with an identical twin and explaining why fraternal was better: “Identical is just for E! News.”
In the car on the way home: “Chinese food would be ideal.”
“Was this not the best night of y’all’s life? This was like the best night of my life, like top 3.”
“My cats are really the only ones who REALLY get me.” To which Casey responded, “That kind of hurts my feelings.” To which I responded, “They don’t ever get mad at me!!! Not when I don’t clean the house, or cook dinner, or come home late.” Seems logical, even today.
To Casey a few time while walking back to the car: “Aren’t you proud of me?”
“I just want them to play ‘Wrecking Ball’…”
“Isn’t John (my little brother) handsome? Couldn’t you just EAT him, just SQUEEZE him?”
Two girls I met were wearing sparkly headbands which I promptly complimented to which they replied, “Thanks, you have really nice teeth.” I said, “Thanks. I had a headgear. Sucked my thumb til I was eight.”