So Halloween was yeserday. I'm over it. I have never been much of a Halloween person. Since Josh was out of town, I spent Halloween eating Mickey mouse place and bake cookies and watching Modern Family. But anyway...want to hear Part two of a Lovely Love Story?! Here ya go...
So when we left off Josh and I were talking on the phone like lovey teenagers. Well those phone calls led into "Will you go on a date with me? To a Hockey Game?" You guys, I almost said no. I was so nervous and somehow that made me determined to hate our date.
The day of the Hockey game came around. Since Josh and I lived a distance away from one another, we met in a town halfway between both of our homes. I spent so much time getting ready and decided on a black short sleeved turtle neck, jeans, and a red jacket. (haha) Josh picked me up and we headed to a near by park. I'm pretty sure I didn't talk to him for the first half of our date and sat in my seat with my feet squeezed to my chest. We ran into some missionaries who were in a bike accident. Josh gave them first aid and I pretended that I didn't care. After the park we went to the Hockey game. This was the first time I had been to a Hockey game and had no idea what to expect. Surprisingly I loved the ice, team fights, and screaming. I refused to let Josh take any pictures of me. I refused to put my feet on the ground the entire night. I was the best date ever....obviously. A puck flew straight at my face and slammed into the glass. I screamed! Josh laughed. Our team won and we cheered.
After the hockey game we decided ice cream was in order. I told Josh to pick where we would go. I was pretty surprised when we pulled into the Walmart parking lot and Josh got out of the car. I had no idea what we were doing. But I skipped into Walmart with him anyway. Yes, I said skipped. (haha) We ran to the ice cream isle and Josh instructed me to surprise him with my favorite flavor. I picked out cake batter, but somehow I knew he would hate it. I asked if he liked cake batter, he answered, "anything but that!" So I went with a brownie/vanilla Ben and Jerrys. Before leaving walmart we were also smart enough to buy spoons. We ate our ice cream in the car while talking about childhood memories.
It came time to drop me off for the night at my Aunt's house in town. We hugged two times and then I ran in the house. I told my mom and aunt that he was "just alright." I told them I was tired and went up to the guest bedroom. I ran up to the guest room just in time to get a phone call from Josh. We talked for his entire ride home. He needed help staying awake...of course.