The moment I knew I hit rock bottom: Cheesecake Factory for Mothers’ Day

This is a Just PMSing original series titled “The moment I knew I hit rock bottom” where I tell y’all about some of my lowest moments. Don’t feel sorry for me. Just laugh and buy me a drink. If you have a story you feel can top mine, then start your own blog. 

It was Mothers’ Day 2016 and I had spent the day spent a few hours with my mother and grandmother at lunch at Jake’s.

Then I went over to my sister’s and did laundry.

All of this can be filed under the Lord’s work. Spending time with family, cleaning my clothes, etc. So I was planning to continue the Lord’s work, but not really the Lord’s work, I was just going to go to church at the 5 p.m. service.

But laundry lasted longer than expected because drying towels with jeans is not an easy feat and I don’t recommend it for the weak. Am I rhyming.

So after realizing I wasn’t going to make it to the 5 p.m. service, I went to the Cheesecake Factory instead because I was craving an Oreo cheesecake and once I have it in my mind that I want something sweet, there is no getting in my way.

So off to the Cheesecake Factory I went on the busiest day in the restaurant industry instead of going to church. God is sad at me.

Parking was a nightmare. But I finally found a spot labeled for compact cars so my Mazda 6 and my hips were parking there.

Also the car next to the empty space was slightly over the line.


Little PMS backstory: My hips. I don’t know where they came from or if they are even big, but one day I decided I hated my hips and now I refuse to wear bodycon dresses and anything else that showcases them. Some men will say they like the hips, others will say it but you know they be lying, and then some make “hips don’t lie” jokes around me.

So when my hips could not fit between my car and the Jeep Wrangler beside me, it was a real trip. There I was in the Cheesecake Factory parking lot on Mothers’ Day, walking to get a cheesecake for myself on Mothers’ Day so I could eat it and watch Teen Mom 2.

happy mothers day

Rock bottom.

I had to walk sideways to fit.

But I got my cheesecake, god bless, thank you for praying.

Inside Cheesecake Factory was hell as you can imagine.

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