I was very excited to win tickets to see Legally Blonde the musical.

Since Ryan is out of town this week, I just planned on taking a friend. Surprisingly, it took a few phone calls and emails to find someone who was free on a Tuesday night and who wanted to go. So the plan was in place. But plans can change. Around noon, my friend called to say she was violently throwing up and couldn’t make it. Yuck! We don’t want to have anything to do with that, so I’m sure I can find someone else. I started calling. Now, please don’t get offended if you are reading this and say to yourself, “she didn’t call ME. I totally would have gone!” because I really didn’t have time to call EVERY single one of my friends and loved ones. I called a few people, waited for a reply, and none of them could go. So I figured I would just take my daughter and we would have a fun little girls’ night out.

And then I was hit with an extreme attack of dizziness. Seriously, I was so dizzy all of a sudden I had to go and lay down. And I didn’t care HOW great the show was or how much fun it would be, I just wanted to stay home and go to bed early. Man, I must be getting old. So, about 3:00 in the afternoon, I offered BOTH tickets up on facebook, and it didn’t take long to find a friend who lives pretty close who said she wanted the tickets. Oh, the relief. Her husband came by later to pick up the tickets and he sounded SO GRATEFUL to be able to go. And yes, by the time it was time to go, I felt much better. Allergies? Who knows.

I hope they had a fabulous time. I hope it was a wonderful show. I hope the free tickets were appreciated. Because for me, it just wasn’t in the stars to go.