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Sunday night is no longer girl's night.

We had so much fun with Brian last week, we just had to have him back.

Angela made pasta and chocolate cake (with apple sauce instead of oil) and I just about ate myself into oblivion. Yes...it was that good. And then we watched American Idol, a show I've never seen. And so let me say this...I am a convert. Body and soul. That shit is funny. Okay? Seriously, I can't stop laughing. Two girls performed a rap that involved the line, "why to trying to stealing my cookie from me?" And I thought, yes girls, yes.

So the lovely Sheilia of Hawaii commented (and I quote) "I sometimes fantasize about being single again through your blog..." and so I sat back, sighed, and then patted myself on the back. Yes, yes, I'm such a good--such a model single gal. And then I flashed back on Christmas  break and my mom's loudly-voiced concern that I don't date enough. And let's be honest, part of being single (one of the best parts) is dating. And I just don't do it. Ever (besides the storied blind-date). 

So I pose the following question: Am I really, truly a single gal AND am I really, truly doing single gals justice if I don't shop around?

Let's look at the evidence:

1. Angela and I stayed in Saturday night watched Pride and Prejudice (love, love, love me the Mr. Darcy in the updated version) followed by Sense and Sensibility

2. I then  attempted to make oatmeal cookies using only splenda, real oats,organic puree pumpkin paste, and coffee-mate. I got sick about five minutes after my first bite (yes, Angela, you tried to warn me). 

3. As for Friday night... (a)I was something of a third wheel with Vic and Rob. (b) I cringed when Erin tried to introduce me to a boy (a very cute boy). (c) And I never got up the courage to introduce myself to the other cute boy I was crushin' on.

Okay, so that's a rhetorical question...of course I'm a single gal. But I'm tired of being the single gal who doesn't date. So ladies, hide your men because I'm hittin' the town. The good news is...I've gotten a job...at a restaurant...and it has a revolving door. A revolving door where men may enter perhaps? Oh boy, I sound a little raunchy. My point is...never too late to add an addendum to that New Year's resolution. 


sheila said...

5 questions:

But then what? Where will I go to for 'fantasizing'?
You know I'm jealous of you right?
Did you know I have a single brother? for real {24yrs}
Was that really the first time you saw American Idol?

ps, I love the Mr. Darcy too.

krissa reann said...

I am looking for my own Mr. Darcy...I LOVE that movie!
Dating is something I need to work on but in all honesty I have never been happier so why worry and fret about boys...not worth it to me right now...Good luck at your new job!!! :)

Micaela said...

yay Meg, now we can discuss Idol! :) I have loved it since Kelly won ha It's my indulgence with my Momma. We heart Simon really and he's being super nice this season. I totally adore the guy who's wife passed away not too long ago. i hope he goes far in the competition... he strikes a resemblance to Robert Downey Jr.

now go and date date date!!! :)

Meg said...

a brother, you say?! wink, wink. and yes, really my first time aboard the idol train. if i could figure out how to put videos on this thing i would have to post that you tube one of those girls from last year--it just about made me wet my pants!!

and kirssa, wow--good for you. that's amazing. you're right. don't change a thing.

and Micaela, he was good, right?! i also liked that dorky guy who sang in the closet. did not like the bikini babe, yuck!