Sweetest of debts. Haaayy.
It's saturday, and I'm feeling a shift in the wind. A little footsie story told later on in the afternoon confirms the vibes. Yes, the wheels are turning, and the ring is officially on the move.
So what do I do when I'm not sure where things are going and the little control freak in me is about to go nuts? Yup, it's time to get a haircut.
A little shampoo, a few inches off, and three happy clients later and here we are. Primp and ready to go about town.
Another Harry Potter movie for me, a big helping of long-missed Bacon Mushroom Melt and a ginormous cup of Iced tea lite and we're off to Unplugged. Acoustic Jive, sing our pain. Waaahhh.
We're just in time for the first set, and took our usual table just off the stage. They played three great sets, almost sang the whole of second for us. Actually for yeng, especially this one. Bet you can't find a more fitting song. Swak na swak.
Buy her some moonlight to wear
If there's one more star she wants
Go all the way...
(Actually may verse na mas swak, pero, baka may makabasa. Eto na lang medyo safe at harmless. hahaha)
By the way, you know you're regulars when...
... the waiters give you a very knowing smile, as if to say, eto na naman sila, patay na naman ako.
... you know when they've got new sponsors. There weren't coasters then. Bago?
... you notice when they seem to be running out of glassware because all the empty ones are still on your table.
... the vocalist deliberately make hirits like " May birthday sa inyo? Mamaya na kayo. Hanggang alas quatro pa kayo dito eh" at your group.
... and "ngayon lang kitang nakitang lasing. Mula nung 17 pa lang kayo nandito na kayo."
... and they seem to note down your group's lovelife, saying "ah kayo rin pala nagkatuluyan. Nagsasasama ka rin pala dito sa barkada nya. Good luck."
WHY? But we're so much fun. Hahaha. See the pics.