Cathy's Life: I Don't Know How To Party & ECT.

By | 7/14/2013 2 comments
We're young. We're Free. & We're twenty one...well most of us. I'm an ADULT!
So, I have so many issues I have to deal with at this time in my life. For instance...I'm in the stage in life which my body is slowly turning on me. I can't eat like my 16 year old self, but I have been eating 5 small meals a day to keep me going strong. Second, my skin is aging...but its actually not so bad. I always wondered what would happen if I asked someone to guess my age and I would lie and say I'm 35 or something. Dude they would totally freak the hell out, would you? ;P

Lastly....I totally do not know how to party/go clubbing. Think people, in reality the whole party scene is exaggerated through movies and terrible teen t.v. shows. I'm twenty one and honestly I find the club scene soooo not my scene. I guess I'm into classy places that don't play loud,  awesome music. For instance...I simply would just like to go to a simple bar, grab a drink, and listen to acoustic melodies that have been created by the local bands in the city. Sometimes they play great, other times I don't give a hoot, but either way I find it more enjoyable to drink and have ratchet like conversations with my friends.

A couple days ago, my friend asked me to go to a local spot downtown and I had the guts to go. It was scary walking from the parking lot (right across the street) to the bar. Luck for me, my Mister purchased me a weapon that hurts...a ninja stick. Back to the story: So I arrive and I get in line, which is full of dudes and myself. I'm dressed in a blouse and shorts which is pretty classy to me since all the ladies were dressed in tanks and shorts. I share a drink with my gal pal and she is dancing with this fella, who we cannot tell is gay or straight. Then another guy approaches me and takes out his hand and says "Come on, let's dance". I shake my head no and smile thinking I turned him down easy, but he's persistent {aren't they always?}. "You're soo pretty" he says. Then my gal pal and Mr. Question Mark Gay or Straight says "NOOOOOO! She has a boyfriend!!!" and I'm thinking to myself "I wish he was here..." & he was at camp during this time.
I personally think I do not know how to club/party because I've been in a relationship with someone for 3 years and I'm not willing to give that up over a short term memory loss dance session. My friends are single and they are out there having a blast and not giving a care for the world and then there is me. Taken, jamming, and rejecting grown men who clearly drank too much. My only exception during this time was to dance with my gal friends who I would not care for the world if they decided to dance dirty on my lap since the feeling is mutual {HAHA!}.
It's Safe to say that... its not like I can't party, I just don't want to. I think I'm satisfied with one person telling me I'm beautiful compared to a crowd of unknown citizens {club strangers} telling me I am. I'm sort of confused with how this diary entry went so I think I'm going to call it a night folks. Tell me, how do you feel about the nightlife scene?


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  1. Cathy, you are just like me. Oh my gosh! I thought I was the only one. I am 28, so a little older than you, but when I was your age and younger and I didn't have an interest in clubbing/partying either. I'd much rather hang with friends at home or do something more low key. I have been in a relationship for 9 years, so since I was 19, so maybe that is why I am the way I am? I don't know, but I am perfectly happy with it! There are way better things to do in my opinion. By the way, I <3 your videos. This is my first time checking out your blog. Love ya!!

  2. You are amazing. I adore you and this post. I wish I have more friends like you or I wish I have someone like you in my life. I love ALL my friends, BUT they are all in that partying stage. As for me, all I want is to shop, get cute drinks and dessert! This post is amazing Cathy!

    -Ann (a subscriber)