Hey, friends. So, today, I wanted to tell you a story from when I was in kindergarten. Whenever I tell people I get the same reaction each time – “Wait…what??” – because of just how coincidental it is.
So, in kindergarten, I was friends with this girl – we’ll call her A – and she annoyed the heck out of me. I mean, one day, I got so fed up with her during lunch, that when she asked me if we could sit together the next day, I said no because I would be “in Disney World the next day.”
See, understand that I was five and that I didn’t quite get the concept of believable lying. I really wasn’t the nicest, but I wasn’t gonna go tell this girl that I didn’t want to sit with her at lunch because I thought she was a giant jerk and didn’t quite deserve having someone who would willingly follow them to wherever (I was that kind of friend).
So, lunch for kindergarten was at, like, 10 am, so for the rest of the day, I was just nervously anticipating the next day when I would have to walk through the doors and have to explain why I wasn’t in Florida, having fun down in Disney World.
I know most of you are thinking, “Oh gosh, it would be so cool if she went home and her parents told her she was going to Disney World!”
Well, that didn’t happen.
I woke up the next morning to my parents in my bed with Disney-themed t-shirts, ecstatically telling me to pack because we had to catch a flight to Florida for a surprise vacation to Disney World.
The first time I told this story to a group of people, they didn’t get the part where I said that I didn’t know that I was going on vacation when I lied, hence me calling it a lie, but the fact that I got incredibly lucky for the first (and last) time while lying at only age five? Dang…
Wow, oh gosh, I’m sorry. That story was horrible. BUT…
I hope you liked it, maybe you can relate to my not-so-interesting life, I heart you (;) ) and I’ll see you in two days!
Yellow Eccentricity ❤