Sunday, April 22, 2007

Back to New York



Vacation is over. I am siting at Palm Beach International and have to go into work tonight... sigh...

Before I left the condo in Palm Beach I went out on the beach and watched the waves, sat in the sand and wrote in a notebook that I brought about the happy times I have had here growing up and everything that I have experienced on this trip so far.

I am so relaxed right now it's ridiculous. I have a new outlook and have learned a lot about myself these past 10 days. Partying in Orlando and sitting on the beach with my Mom and Dad gave me a lot of time to think and reflect.

I do need to fill you in on my Palm Beach stay... I have been sitting on the beach and just chilling. That's pretty much it. I had sent an email to a DJ down here who works in radio named Ted. He got back to me and Friday and Saturday night we met up for drinks and talked. Very cool guy, attractive, and just an all around good person. I just sent him an e-mail thanking him for the ride to the airport. Friday night we went out to this dirty bar downtown called Roosters... Lots of older men, strange crowd but great conversation with Ted. Saturday night I went out to dinner with my parents, as usual, and a neighbor of ours from Chicago. He has offered me an apartment to use downtown and a BMW for when I come to Chi-Town... Looks like I am taking a trip to Chicago now.

Anyway, after dinner and all of that I met up with Ted and his friend Richard. We went to this place called Lounge in West Palm on Clamatis Street. It was gay night and we had $2 Martinis and $2 Miller Lites... guess which I drank...

Anyway, Richard and Ted had been eyeing each other the entire night and I had talked to each of them individually and it looks like they are getting together tonight for a movie and maybe something more... they have hung out a few times just never really acted on it... I got them making out by the end of the night and feel good about getting them together... I had enough fun this week.

Anyway, I have another post I want to work on about the Red Head in Orlando because he deserves his own post...

Goodbye Florida... See You Real Soon!!

*** Thanks to Matt from DTB who had the pictures on his blog. I meant to thank him and I apparently forgot to. I have them up there because of the surfers that were on the beacha ll week. More on them later... but a big THANK YOU to Matt!!!!!! He is the coolest!

4 comments:

  1. Good to hear you had a good time. Hit me up when you get here bro!

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  2. *Ahem!* Poaching pictures much!?! Hahaha! ;-)

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  3. good to hear you had a great vacation. good luck jumping back into work. can't wait for the red post. ha.
    later.

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