Yesterday (Friday) was so amazing. Once I woke up I found out Jonathan was here. He and I plus Kevin played Monopoly. I didn’t win, but we then took Kevin to work and then Jonathan and I headed back home from Sanford.
And guess what…his back tire blew! He had a spare, but it was in the trunk. And since his car is so messed up that he doesn’t even need keys to drive it (the ignition just turns on its own) he forgot them and we couldn’t get into the trunk. At least that’s what we thought at the time.
So, we start walking. We hitch a ride to my cousin’s house in Goldston, but no one is home. So, start walking again and low and behold it starts raining. After about 45 minutes, we finally hitch another ride to Jonathan’s house by this Army dude who cursed like a sailor.
We get to Jonathan’s house soaking wet, so we just relax. We decided to call Jenna, but I didn’t want to let her know I was at his house. So, I told her I was at Jake’s house (Jonathan’s little brother’s name is Jake, but she obviously didn’t know that). Anyway, she and I talk about her and Jonathan. And I tell her she should call Jonathan. So she asks for the number at Jake’s house, but I tell her the number to Mike’s house.
After I get off the phone I quickly call Mike and tell him that his name is Jake and that I am next door so I will call her back when I get there. Jonathan and Mike are neighbors, but there is about half a mile between them.
Well, to make a long story short, Jenna calls both Jonathan’s house and Mike’s house tons of times looking for us, and we are calling Mike constantly to get an update. I even accidentally picked up the phone when Jenna called Jonathan’s house and I had to quickly disguise my voice to pretend like I was Jonathan’s dad.
It was a lot of fun, but we eventually told Jenna that Jonathan’s little brother’s name was Jake. I don’t think she thought it was funny like we did.
Mike’s dad gave us a ride back to Jonathan’s car and we changed the tire in the rain, using the road sign that Jonathan stole from Kevin’s wreck to help aid in the process. We finally got back to his house, but neither of us are in the mood for work, so I call in telling them we had a flat tire and that I would be late.
I wasn’t lying.
Jonathan stopped by my house and I discovered that I got a postcard from Emily. Wow! She finally wrote me back!
Jonathan and I then drove all the way to Greensboro to see “The Mask”. It was really funny. I love laughing like that. We hung around the mall a little bit and Jonathan discovered his keys in his back pocket; he had them the whole time. Funny! Anyway, we came back and I went to work, closed, and came home.
I love the sight of Emily’s handwriting. Today was a blast, but her handwriting in my mailbox…it made the day perfect.