After getting dumped by her ex-boyfriend, Delia has moved on, and now she's reluctantly agreed to go on a date set up by her friends Brooke and Carly. They think it's a great idea, but Delia and her internal anxieties, the What Ifs, aren't so sure.
The What Ifs had been looking forward to ruining the evening, but I'd bribed them with the promise of a disaster movie marathon if they stayed home. To be honest, I was a little envious, since they could put their sweats on, grab a few pounds of chocolate, and hop into bed with a sexy book.
Now I was seriously thinking of calling in sick.
"Brooke, why did I tell you I’d go on this date?"
"Because it’ll be good for you," she answered.
"I thought you were talking about why I should make a mammogram appointment."
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope everyone is having a great Labor Day weekend. I'm in denial about it marking the end of summer, though. Unless we can have another summer right after this one. . .