Have you ever had one of those weekends where everything just turned out… perfect?
As you know, my college besties came to visit me in Virginia Beach for the first time. And it. was. awesome.
Dana and Abby didn’t get to Virginia Beach until late Friday night, so we stayed in and caught up in preparation for serious activities the next day.
But you KNOW the next day we were up and rarin’ for some beach fun!
(Just pretend my tan doesn’t fade upwards. It’s weird and I’ve always had a pale face/chest and really tan legs.)
And guess who forgot this weekend was the huge Beach Concert series? This girl did!
The oceanfront was a complete zoo, and as we pulled up to Waterman’s, our restaurant of choice, we were feeling pretty defeated.
Buuuut who knew a pout coupled with some puppy eyes would coerce a valet boy into parking our car?
We walked into the restaurant expecting a 23847 minute wait, and we were right – a one hour wait was posted. BUT LUCKY FOR US, a man I’ll call “I’m-really-impatient-and-silly-but-others-appreciate-it” gave us his table because he was too tired of waiting.
Hellooo, 15 minute wait!
Things got better.
Would you believe me if I told you we were lead to the best table overlooking the Beach Boys Concert?
We made a few Full House references (remember when the Beach Boys were on there?!) and high-fived and did splits in the air over our fantastic luck.. all before our drinks arrived.
After our dinner of calamari, fish tacos, and seafood pasta, we skipped out to the oceanfront to meet up with this girl you always see frequenting my blog and the boys.
Abby was really impressed with Virginia Beach’s use of cops on horses.
And then it was time for dancing.
My kinda guy.
We called it a night after a whooole lotta dancing, “Yo-kid” greetings, hair flips, splits in the bar (I’ll spare you those pictures), and the face you make when you don’t want to have to dance with somebody.
And I’m so glad they don’t.
It was the perfect weekend with my girlfriends I miss so much. Somebody tell them they need to move here full-time so we can repeat this weekend for the rest of our lives. Please and thank you.