Let me just start with we had every intention on bringing my cousin Yenny and my Abuela Lidia with us. I was actually pretty bummed out that they couldn’t join us. They would have loved tonight. The music, the view. The experience. But I guess it’s not up to me to always show people a good time, even though I’m pretty damn good at it.
Let’s start at the beginning. Like I mentioned in my previous post (if you follow along) the girls were supposed to take Yenny to the Dominican Parade. We haven’t been since Jasmine passed away, it to wouldn’t be the same. Since Yenny was here for her visit, we figured now was the time if ever. Since the parade was early I’d figured wake up early, hit Fifth Avenue with the ladies, get back home by 2pm and start getting ready for the boat ride. I would be exhausted, but I can accomplish anything. Yeah, that plan did not end up happening at all. I woke up at 10am to only find out the girls had overslept and were hungover. What are you going to do?
Oh well, I had a yellow dress to throw on, and Chris threw on some nice ass boat shoes. I think we looked pretty good if I say so myself. I knew I was going to be dancing up a storm, and I didn’t want this Dominican do to get all crazy, so a bunch it was. Alex Bueno, Luis Vargas, J’Martin and Max Banda were performing, it was going to great, and that it was. I love spanish music and I was ready to dance.Super Vip was packed, I mean packed. Unlimited food and drinks seemed like a tease when hot baby drinks are being served to you. The guys ended up splurging at the bar anyway, buckets after buckets, and shots all around. Yeah, someone were feeling it more than others. I on the other hand was having a blast with the music, and dancing. My dad was loving it too. He’s a hit!
While outside, enjoying the view it started to drizzle a bit, it didn’t last long and the breeze felt amazing. Spending time and making memories with my family was even better. I hope we start having more great nights like this.