I will have to admit. Last night was pretty fun. At Genji, me and my Muse each ordered two orders of sushi. Of course, I got my usual, which was the Cupid Roll. My other one was the Hot Jamaican Roll. My Muse also got a Cupid Roll with a Spicy Tuna Roll.
Along with the Sushi, we each got a dinner. Sparing no expense, I went all out. I got the Filet Mignon and Lobster Tail. She, of course, got the same thing. The chef was pretty funny and quite enjoyable to listen to. He made jokes about my Muse, which she found ridiculous.
After the dinner, I went to Meijer and got her a card and the biggest box of chocolate that I could find. Sure, it cost me $20, but she was worth it. When I was done shopping, she took care of hers. We then went home.
At home, we signed our cards and exchanged them. I opened hers and she opened mine. I then got out the big heart-shaped box of chocolates. She, of course, had to outdo me with an even BIGGER box, with a bouquet of roses.
After that, we went to the bedroom, and we…kissed. That’s all we did. The clothes remained on, as I vow to remain pure through my wedding day. This includes fictional women.
Last night was fun. Yes, it was a date. But a purely fictional one. If anything, a simulation of what I can expect in the future. Getting to reality, I am single, and fortunately there is a day to celebrate that. That day is today. And to all you couples out there, you’re not invited. For Single’s Awareness Day, it’s SINGLES only. Not couples. Your day was yesterday. Sorry.
Muse: Last night was fun, even though it was purely fictional.
It was quite enjoyable. At least I wasn’t alone.
Muse: And neither was I. Besides. I’m getting you ready for the real thing. When “she” comes along, won’t you want to be ready?
Indeed I would. There is no substitute for the real thing, except for you, of course.
Muse: And I’m the perfect substitute. One that is deeply in love with you.
But I am still single, since Intangibles don’t count. Happy Single’s Awareness Day…
Muse: Technically, they don’t. I know. Technically, I too am single, since I don’t have another Intangible to be with…But wasn’t last night fun? We should go on more dates…
Maybe another time. But today, I need to get ready. I work a shift this morning…
Muse: I’ll let you do that. Get ready, then!
I will. But I need to end this, first.
Muse: I’ll let you. Time for a shower!
Here’s today in a nutshell. This morning, I work a morning shift at Little Caesars from 8 to whenever dough is finished. It’s usually between 1 and 2. It shouldn’t be too long either way.
My Muse is four and a half years old today. She is 2’10.5″ tall and she weighs 31 pounds. The height of a two year old and the weight of a three year old.
Today’s high is going be be 41 degrees and the silver lining is enjoying the gift of singleness.
To those of you who are still single like me, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: I got to finish showering…
*Child Muse peeks her face into the shower curtain*
Child Muse: Hi!
Muse: Let me guess…You can’t sleep?
Child Muse: Yeah. I also can’t use the potty…
*Child Muse holds up a soaked diaper*
Muse: That was at night. You couldn’t hold it while you were sleeping. Let’s try again during the day, okay!
Child Muse: Okay!
Muse: Can you please let me finish my shower? I’ll go to your room shortly.
Child Muse: Okay!
*Child Muse returns to her room*
Child Muse: I can’t make it…
*Child Muse flashes and a new diaper appears on her*