I made Everette fall in love with me?
I am feeling a little nostalgic lately. As hilarious as my life is currently, I have a whole stockpile of humiliating moments and hilarious stories from before I ever started this blog.
I was a sophomore in college when Everette and I started hanging out. I have to confess I was totally attracted to Everette because of his car. It was suhweeet! I never would have considered myself one of those shallow girls drawn to a man's material possessions, but turns out I was.
Everette drove a 1992 Ford....
It was white, like freshly fallen snow. A sight to behold. It was sexy...
kind of like this...
All joking aside I totally fell in love with Everette driving around in that van.
I cried the day we traded that van in.
Anyway, since Everette had access to a van, he drove all of our friends around to various different activities.
Including a trip to Indy to see Third Day.
I planned this trip. A huge fan of Third Day I saw this as a perfect opportunity to spend more time with Everette. He and I discussed details as we planned the trip. Needless to say, I was excited when that frigid day in February arrived. It was a little icy, but we were young and stupid so we headed down anyway. The van was full. I honestly can't remember where I sat on the way down, because that part wasn't important.
At the Pepsi Coliseum, I managed to score myself a seat between Everette and my sister, who met us down there.
Bebo Norman opened and things were fabulous.
Halfway through Bebo, I felt this strange sensation in my stomach.
'That's odd,' I thought. I began to feel a little nauseous. Not to be deterred, I thought maybe I had just gotten a little hungry, I begged my sister to go get me a sprite to see if that would help settle my stomach. No luck. Every minute I began to feel worse. My nausea got more intense, I began to break out into a cold sweat. My head began to pound. The flu came out of nowhere, slammed into my body like semi truck. Defeated I slumped down into my seat and nursed my Sprite, consoling myself with the fact, that at least I could still see.
Until Third Day came out.
To Be Continued...