Friday, May 7, 2010

He Promised Me The World

That really happened. It sounded like a line right out of the most stereotypical romantic comedy. It was sweet and funny and very much fit who PT and I are together. He said, "even though they're taking forever making our pizza, at least we're out, in the world. I did promise you the world. And here we at, at Beggars." I wish I had been more outside my head because I would've responded something like, "The world, huh? Well, this is a start, I happen to love pizza." But instead, I started laughing and said, "that sounds like a line right out of the cheesiest romanic comedy!"

I don't know if PT knows me well enough to know that that was more of an ironic compliment than anything else. I love romantic comedies. That moment in He's Just Not That Into You were Justin Long tells Ginnifer Goodwin, "You are my exception" always makes me melt. But PT probably thought I was making fun of him. I wasn't though, not like the night before last when he produced the world's worst British accent. Seriously, it was bad. If it sounded like anything, it sounded Scottish. Just awful stuff.

But basically, last night went very well. PT filled his craving for PDA. He practically put his hands down my pants in the middle of the restaurant. While I'm not for all the hand holding and making out in public, it was hot. He did a lot of talking about how brave he thought I was being with the whole med school withdrawal thing. He brought up marriage (more specifically weddings) which kind of surprised me. I would think a guy who hasn't even been divorced for three Christmases would not be in a rush to talk about such things. But in his defense, it was mostly in a general way that he was discussing it.

There is just an ease between us that I love. I like talking to him about his day and mine. I love talking to him about sports, current events, our families, our individual plans for the future, etc. He makes me laugh and he makes me think, and he so sexy. Such a lovely combination. If only this feeling could last. But probably this time next week, I'll be lamenting how busy he is.

For now, I'll just enjoy the wonderful feeling of a night out with a man who I'm quite taken with.

4 comments:

ebony panther said...

It's good to see you happy.

1manview said...

Stumble into your blog, interesting indeed... I shall return...

CeCe Savage said...

@ ebony panther: thanks, it feels good too. Though my happiness is based on more than my interactions with PT, when things are going well, that helps. :)

@ 1manview: thanks for reading. i'm going to check out your blogs too.

Electra said...

Wow, your blog is really interesting! Thanks for visiting mine and for becoming a follower. I look forward to getting to know you, CeCe!

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