Friday night's date sponsored by: Handbill Printers, Southern California's resource for off-set printing.
After my first date with Matt Laidlaw, I remember sitting down to be interviewed by my Staffers and being asked "How do you think the date went?" With a huge smile on my face I answered, "I don't think it could have gone any better." Now here I am, several weeks later, having been on Date #2 with Matt and would like to echo those same sentiments..."I don't think it could have gone any better!"
I wanted my last and final date to be amazing and memorable so I chose something that I knew Matt and I would both love to do together. I so wish you could have seen the look on his face when I told him we'd be going to the world famous Wave House in San Diego. It's like Disneyland for extreme sports junkies like us!
Knowing what an avid wakeboarder and snowboarder Matt is, I knew he'd love it just as much as me. And he did! We had the time of our lives learning to ride the FlowRider, the qualifier for Bruticus Maximus, which we later conquered (or at least tried to). That thing was a beast!!! I can't even tell you how much fun we had learning to steady ourselves on those boards with thousands of gallons of water rushing at us. Seriously, a simple fall felt like being thrown in a giant human washing machine. We got rocked for sure! But oh was it worth it! I seriously can't wait to get back down there and do it all over again.
Matt and I really did have the perfect date! He even told me "That was the best date I've ever been on!" And I couldn't agree more. I absolutely loved seeing Matt's adventurous side and learning something new together. I still can't stop thinking about how he was so complimentary of me all day, even when I probably looked like an idiot falling time and time again. I'm thinking that's boyfriend material for sure! I would definitely be the luckiest girl in the world to end up with Matt at the end of all this. I wonder what my family would think if I chose to bring him home to meet them on Saturday. Who will I ever choose...