Saturday, October 24, 2009

He STILL Didn't Go To The Dance

There's a new girlfriend around the house these days. Well, maybe she's not technically around our house, but she's around the school and at his games. Remember this post?  Apparently, this girl is made of pretty strong, doesn't-embarrass-easily-when-faced-with-oddball-mamas, stuff.

Because they've been "official" for six days now.  And she's not too shy to approach her boyfriend's mom on her own and introduce herself.  She also introduced me to her best friend, who is right at this moment at the Homecoming dance with her while my booger-head son is out with his best friend. Which, while it confuses my old-fashioned and dance loving mom thoughts that say boyfriends should take their girlfriends to the Homecoming dance at the school, is apparently prior arrangements the both of them had made before the "official-ness" of their relationship and they decided to just go forward with them. Weird, but what do I know?  

I really do think I like this girl. But I'm not telling him that. That would be the kiss of death in any high school relationship. And I can't do that, because he's making noises about actually taking her to prom if they're still together then. And we should all know by now just how much I want my son to go to school dances. It would be so much fun for me.

I mean for him.  Fun for HIM.

9 comments:

Grace said...

Hearing that your son went out with a friend while his girlfriend when to the Homecoming Dance brings back memories of high school. Good to know that they both honored their previously-made plans though, right?

Tina said...

Brian wishes he went out with his friends after the experience of this years's homecoming. LOL

T said...

I hated dances... the few I went to in my early high school days convinced me what a waste of time the rest would be. I'm sure I missed out on SoMeThInG - but I'll survive :) (I did enjoy the college dances I went to however... go figure?)

Of course, I can hardly wait for my girls to go to at least one or two so that I can enjoy the dress up phase again :)

Flea said...

Bwahaha! I like this girl.

My Oatmeal Head's girl broke it off with him last week. After six months. Kids these days ...

Karen said...

Do you need to borrow my daughter for a dance? Is that what you're trying to say?

Huckdoll said...

Haha, this brought the laughs :P

Just from this post and not reading any background, I even like this girl ;)

Iqra said...

Nice ending :)

free bingo now said...

Back in our high school days, we probably have been keeping a diary and talk about boys. Now, parents are blogging about their children -- growing up children. :)

free bingo now said...

back in our high school days, we keep a diary and talk about boys and proms. But now, we become parents and keeping a blog that talk about our children --our growing up children. Hopefully blogs will last for decades, and all our posts will be saved for our generation to read on.