Monday, April 10, 2006

Sweet Moments

I smiled at a cute boy yesterday! *sigh* It was wonderful. He was staring at me and didn't smile back, just kept staring, so I felt like a totally retard in the eye-locking, but I smiled! That was an accomplishment for me! Now, I can talk and smile and ect., with boys, but this particular boy has me spell-bound. He is my real-life fantasy boy, and he lives in the ward next door. And I smiled at him. Sweet moments~. Sweet success~. Just because I gave him my most-retarded-ever-smile from my 50 smile repretoire, doesn't matter--because my whole life I have had the staring down, but not the staring and smiling, for some reason my eyes were endowed with all of the expression in my face, and my smile well, it has a hard time catching up!

10 comments:

Scully said...

Congratulations! It is good to know that your smile is catching up with your wanton eyes! ;)

Esperanza said...

Yeah, but it was the dork smile, not the wanton smile! jk LOL.

aquamarine said...

I always love a good intrigue! Great job on the smile and stare, I never did manage that very often...mine was the stare and blush method. LOL

SJ said...

so proud...now try to say hello?

Scully said...

But, E, the wanton eyes and the dork smile keep him guessing. If the wanton was in both, it would probably frighten him. Way too early for the 1-2 punch of wantonness.

aquamarine said...

LOL,oh this wanton-ness talk is just making my day!

Esperanza said...

I will try to talk to him next time! 1-2 punch that is awesome! :) Yeah, that probably would scare him off! jk. Thanks for the support! I got a little lecture from my mom when I told her, about how smiling is not enough...
but its a start right?! :)

Scully said...

It is a good start. I think your mom doesn't realize how delicate the balance has become. Especially after a stake conference titled "Every Member a Matchmaker." It makes every action seem totally loaded with significance. Even if it isn't. And I don't want to sound mean or anything, but I'm guessing your mom never really had a problem with talking to boys because boys came to talk to her.

Esperanza said...

Yes, my mother dated ALOT. So she probably doesn't totally understand, and my dad's (whom I love dearly)'s advice is always to "invite him over for dinner," :) we have discussed before how this is now akin to: "I want to marry you or die." jk Scully, this is why we are friends! You always say the right thing! jk

Anonymous said...

YEA!!! Congratulations!! You've been wanting to do that forever!!
love Go-sher-t-hat-er #2