Picture shown above of great couple, Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani. Kumail's movie, "The Big Sick," talks about their true romantic story. Kumail plays himself. FYI, they were the screenwriters of the movie.
What do you mean by relationship goals?
As I write this, I see a happy, beautiful couple at this restaurant and bar, Lazy Dog, in Cupertino, California. (That is one of my relationship goals.) They might get into arguments somewhere else. Who knows? Now, I am overthinking.
Everywhere we go, we see many different types of relationships. (This sounds vague, but it is true. You will know if you people-watch, like myself. I did write a blog post, "Relationships.")
Right now, I am witnessing many relationships at this restaurant and bar. To my left, I see a group of friends eating and drinking together at a huge table. (Getting a bit rowdy. Blame it on the alcohol. I just eavesdropped. It is somebody's 21st birthday.) To my right, I see a huge family having fun together. To my front right, I see two lady friends connecting together.
Nobody near me, except the bartender. (The happy, beautiful couple just left. I see people from a distance.)
At this restaurant and bar, I will talk about the people around me.
Do you have any relationship goals about having a big group of friends? No, I am more comfortable connecting with only a few close friends. I enjoy bonding with a few friends than a huge entourage. (That is my preference.)
Do you have any relationship goals about having a big family? No, but I do want to have a family. (A small family.) I only want to have at least 2 kids.
Do you have any relationship goals about having a few friends? No, I already have answered this question. Why, so? I already have a few close friends.
(I just talked to the bartender about this blog post.)
I see a young, cute couple sitting near me. As I continue writing this blog post, I eavesdrop their deep conversation. Then, I took a break from writing this. So, I began talking to them.
They were co-workers. (I talked to them about this blog post as well. They were people-watching too.)
They witnessed a couple trying to resolve their argument, such as a lady was crying to her man. (I wonder what was going on.)
I enjoyed talking to both Scott and Lily. They continually explore many adventures together, such as different breweries and wineries.
I told Scott, "You look like actor, Justin Long." He said, "People tell him that he looks like other actor, Zachary Quinto." Then, I told Lily, "You look like actress, Michelle Rodriguez."
Before Scott and Lily left the bar, I told them, "I am looking for a relationship, like yours. Relationship goals." Then, they smiled.
Eventually, I will find that "one and only." Once I do, I will be writing about her. (You already know.) Few weeks ago, I did write a blog post, "A Letter To Her (My Future Girlfriend)."