I woke up at around 11:30 am, or rather my cousin woke me up. He was damn surprise that I was still sleeping. lol He made me breakfast (he's a guy btw) aww so sweet. And told me that I have to get ready quick because we were going to the pool today. Good thing he reminded me of bringing a bathing suit.
|the swimming pool|
Pool party slash barbeque, but we really did not have barbeque served.
It was, steak... uhm sausages, and burgers....
|some left over food|
This is a really cool kind of Vodka :) It's just like drinking Tea. Only it kicks the least you expect it and knock you out without any warning. (that's, if you lost count in the glasses you've taken)
All the while, I was with my cousin's friends. They're a bit older than me, like late 20's or even 30's. Some of them even already have kids. I felt like a real teenager among them.
I love it when I'm out, because I don't end up thinking about my boyfriend and agonizing about how bored I am and bugging him to entertain me. Today is a Sunday, so he has work. As I've said before, I hate Sundays. I love doing something different for the day, because that makes my boyfriend miss me. lol. Because I don't bug him and now, he ends up bugging me.
And so as I expected, he called me on my cellular phone. We talked a bit, and then my battery went out. I so wanted to talk to him that I actually went back home to my cousin's apartment to charge my phone. I felt a little bad because here I am, having a chance to socialize (which doesn't happen everyday of my vacation), and there I go, isolating myself to talk to my boyfriend (which I do almost everyday).
But it just seemed different when he's the one who's eager to start a conversation (because most of the time it's me who wants a telephone conversation). So I took that chance and while he was in the mood. My boyfriend was at work that time and maybe he had some free time that's why he wanted to talk. There I was at my cousins room, charging my phone, watching Disney's Princess Diaries and talking to my boyfriend. It was a very lovely moment, but not for so long. It was his lunch break, and I realized I should be getting back to the "party". *hihi*
But talking to him made my day... even better than it already was :)