So Friday, babysat Brock while Amber W. and Rob went to the Giants game. Total wrestling night, which I though would be great, but in the end I was all wrestled out. Wrestling game, 2 wrestling movies, wrestling reading, wrestling drawings, McDonald’s, and more wrestling. Also made me realize how long I have been watching wrestling and how things have changed.
Saturday afternoon, I drove up to Vacaville to meet April.I stopped by Barry/Gabi’s to see them and to change, but they weren’t home. So I changed in my car (Barry’s neighbors must have liked that) and headed over to April’s. April’s mom was cooking fish, and it smelled over the house. Reminded me of my own mom cooking food. (I have to call them tomorrow, it’s the parent’s anniversary) So left April’s and made a side trip at Starbuck’s for a quick pick-me up, then to DeeDee’s. DeeDee was lookin good as always, and had really good hair going on.
From there, I had to make a side trip to Dixon to visit the pregnant one and her husband. Had presents for all of them, but only brought Barry’s with me. Apparently she was at 3″ and then stopped. After failing to convince her to goto Lesa’s in Sac, I head up to Sac State myself to see Cabaret.
So I get to Shasta Theater in Sac and the show has already started. They had locked the doors and the usher was no where to be seen. It was about 10 min with about 8-10 of us later comers hanging around when the usher finally came. He separated us into couples and singles and just stuck us into any seat, even though it was assign seating, and not general admission. At intermission I was able to find April and got my seat that was 2nd row and close to the action. They were great seats marred by some guy that had bad breath. Not like he had ate a clove of garlic or onions or something, but has in “He had gingivitis or something” breath.
So April’s sister, Miranda was in it. has one of the Kit Kat Girls. Oh man, she was suppose to be the baby of the girls, but with her make up, she looked like the dominatrix of the girls. Really scary looking, but she put on a performance. Overall, the performance was great, I really liked the Emcee and the Kitkat girl numbers. The only problem I had was with the girl that played Sally. When I first saw and heard her, I thought “It’s Annie” (from the musical.) She just didn’t seem to fix the part for some reason. Other than that and bad breath person, it was a great night out.
So I’m watching the show, and Miranda and the Kit Kat girls are dancing around in their lingerie and all. Miranda bends over, and I think “God, look at that ass. It runs in the family.” So the question is, is it O. K. for me to think something like that about the younger sister of an ex-girlfriend? I not fussing over it too much, just something I thought about. Also, April’s other sister, Tisha, was there. Talk about hot; I swear, the Lopez sisters were beat with the beauty stick when they were younger, cause they are all princesses in their own way.
So after the show was over we headed out with Miranda and her boyfriend Alex (beautiful couple; very Hollywood looking i.e. starlet/director couple) to get something to eat. Ended up at Dennycause Miranda couldn’t get into Friday’s(They card under 21 after 10pm). When we sat down, I noticed that the host gave us the menus in this order: DeeDee (black female), Me (black male), April (Filipino female), Miranda (Filipino female), then Alex (Hispanic Male). And it we weren’t sitting in this order at the table; he literally jumped around the table. I’m going to have to remember to notice this when I go out to Denny and other restaurants.
Anyway, Denny’s was fun, but was ruined by what happened has we were leaving. Across the street, some guy got beat up by a group of 6/7 guys. It was horrific made worse by the fact that there were people at the gas station doing nothing about it. It was sick. DeeDee and I instantly whipped out our cell phones, but of course my phone crapped out on me, luckily DeeDee got through.
Overall, it was a great night with the exception of the Denny’s incident. I am glad that I went instead of staying home.