An Interactive Twilight Experience.
I'm normally the chill type of guy. I take things as they come and don't usually let tough situations get to me. If I can't solve an issue, then I don't worry. Since I'll probably fail anyways. Why worry and stress over solving it if I know I can't do it? Right!? And if I can handle and fix a problem, then I work on it.
Well, this time, I'm going through a situation that I know I cannot handle, but I'm going to attempt anyways. I'm not a mind reader, and boy do I wish I was. I can only observe facial expressions, whenever I'm in the mood to be observant, and try to make an educated guess on what that person's thoughts are. At least when it comes to reactions. I can tell if someone likes my behaviors or not. If they don't like my goofy self, I don't even bother trying to please them. But if someone appreciates my silly side, I can tell I've made a new friend.
Anyways! I'm going to attempt the impossible this year.
To surprise Jessica for Christmas.
I was able to miraculously catch Jess by surprise when I proposed to her. She thought we were going to end our relationship, but instead I showed her the ring. Her reactions was priceless. She wanted to cry. That's how I know I hit the jackpot. When a girl wants to cry, but a happy cry, that means you've done a splendid job. So my goal is to make her cry for Christmas. A happy cry that is...
I have no idea how I'm going to top that this. I'm horrible with presents and I don't have enough money to just buy her expensive jewelry, which I hear all over TV that EVERY woman likes. Sometimes, I wish she had a mind set like me. I'm easy to please. Just get me a pate of bacon and I'm happy! Hell, food in general makes me happy. Bacon just happens to be my favorite food. And I'm NOT going to buy her clothes. Last time I walked into the women's department to get her a nice shirt, all the ladies shopping were giving me weird and creepy looks. I felt like I was about to be smacked and beaten. Learned my lesson.
I don't know what to do.