did that really happen? (awkward spring break moments)

2:21 PM

Overall, I had a great spring break.  I went home, spent time with my family, saw a few Illinois sites, and lazed around like it was my job.  Then there were a couple awkward moments that happened, like...

+ Two girls wandered into our apartment.  The first Saturday of spring break, Paul and I were napping when I was woken up by someone loudly asking if anyone was home (notice Paul was asleep through this process).  I live with three girls, so nbd, except two of them were already gone and one was at work.  Before I could wake up and process what was happening, they tried to open my locked bedroom door and then yelled "Shit, this isn't the right apartment!" "But I already put stuff in the fridge!" and ran out of the apartment.  Keep your doors locked, kids.

+ The flight attendant on my flight from Detroit to Normal slipped me a note that said "you're cute."  I did what any mature adult would do: switched my promise ring to my ring finger so it looked like I'm engaged and then pretended to sleep for the remainder of the flight.  I think he got the hint because he didn't say anything else.

+ We went to the Bloomington Thunder v. USA 18 hockey game while I was home.  We've always gone to local hockey games for as long as I can remember, so it was nice to kind of relive my childhood.  Dippin' dots, fights for no reason, overzealous fans, and my family was on the kiss cam.  Just imagine the awkwardness when your mom, 17-year-old sister, 11-year-old sister, you, and your dad (sitting in that order) are on the kiss cam.  I panicked and hugged my sister's head.

+ A little girl walked up to me, said "oh hello," and then punched me in the hip. In Wal-Mart.

... so I assume you understand why I felt that some parts of my vacation were a little bit uncomfortable.  If not, then carry on and ignore the fact that I'm just a naturally awkward person.

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