Monday night emails

My sister’s advice was great, but it was tough to follow. If you asked a few of my close friends who spoke to me on Sunday or Monday, they’d tell you that I wouldn’t shut up about my Saturday night encounter. I wanted to know what it meant, what I should do and why he just didn’t ask for my number. To shut me up, one of my friends invited me watch Superbad.

When I got home, I did what I usually do before going to bed. I turned on my laptop and checked my email. It all looked like spam. I was about to delete a message from a sender with a funny looking name, when I realized that the oddly placed X was really an ñ and the subject line looked familiar.

From: ojitos
To: cindylu
Subject: [cute subject line, inside joke from Saturday night]

Hi Cindy,

[Short and sweet email in which he explained how he got my email (the mutual contact), that he had a great time on Saturday because I was there, cracked up reading the magazines, and that he'd like to call me sometime.]

Take care,
phone number]


I fired off my own email a few minutes later to Chispa. The subject line read, “you don’t know how happy I am right now.”


13 thoughts on “Monday night emails

  1. AJ says:

    Oooh, I’m excited for you (while also feeling a tad possessive, but I’ll just have to get over it because I do not own the rights to crushing’ on cindylu :P). I like this guy, he’s a smart man.

  2. Que Bien!! Buena suerte.

    This is like watching a good telenovela. You MUST tune in every day to see what is going to happen next. This happened to me with Destilando Amor.

  3. diana says:

    hehe… i’ve heard this story…not only could you not shut up about it on monday or tuesday, i think i talked to you on friday and you were still taking about it!!!

    So i remember the beginning of the story, but i never heard what followed…


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