As any other human being on Earth who needs a proper job to survive, I love weekends.
They are full of all kind of promises: never ending catnaps, romantic walks under the moonlight, tons of good movies waiting to be watched in a sofa & pop corn session...
Weekends are so nice because they represent a small portion of time in which we can be who we really are, and do what we truly want to.
Usually, my weekends (which thanks to providence last from Friday to Sunday, as long as I don´t have to attend university seminars or work) consist on a relaxing and healthy diet of good books, quiet conversations with my fiancé, and some eventual wine night at home with friends.
Nothing out of the ordinary.
Yes, yes, I know what you are thinking. Not that special, huh? Well, you´re wrong.
Do you know that song from Jane Siberry called "It Can´t Rain all the Time"? I am sure she didn´t know about the north of Spain. In this corner of the world it does rain every winter, ALL winter. We don´t have snow or killing low temperatures, that´s right, but it rains. A lot. There are days in which I think I could go to work by swimming. And I am not the only one who has this kind of feelings about water here.
But you learn how to live with it because, well, we are the water people.
Even the rest of Spanish think that about us.
But on Saturday there was no raining prediction, so I inmediately asked to The Gentle One about going out for a while. No umbrella? Where must I sign, sir?
And there we went.
I wanted to wear that beautiful coat that my mother-in-law gave me for Christmas because there was no water that could ruin it this time.
But we run out of camera battery soon (we were so excited about the lack of water that totally forgot about recharging batteries). As a consequence we strolled a little bit more and went for a good cup of coffee to our favourite place ♥
It was so warm up there, and the music was so soft, and the sofa so comfy, and the delicious vanilla and almond tea was so relaxing... that I fell asleep.
It was just for a second and It had never happened to me before, but for an instant I was totally asleep.
I think I was truly tired after a long week at work, I have no other theory, (unless the charming waitress put some drugs on my tea to steal my pretty new coat, but I can not prove it and I don´t want you to think I am a little crazy paranoid lady). Yes, that was
So I had to stand my man laughing at me for a while.
Fair enough. I would also laugh at him in that situation.
Did you ever experienced a so funny and ridiculous moment in a public place?