I lived for another week. I’m currently procrastinating something I need to do at work so this will be my outlet.
Saturday I saw babies, and went to Birch Run to look at getting some deals on some clothes because I need new ones. It was a wash. The weirdest clientele and place i went was Pepperidge Farms. Everyone in that store was just weird. They were old and broken down each with a large bag of goldfish crackers and day old bread. There was a man-mountain cutting a deep ridge through the floor like a glacier carving it’s place through the earth whilst looking for godiva chocolates and old sickly women coughing their cancers all over the place. Yah.
Sunday, I was bored so I went to the gymnasium to work out. When I got home, I had to get ready to go meet my parents and my sister at fishbones for my dad’s birthday dinner thing. His birthday was actually Friday, but Sunday worked out best for us all to get together. I had sushi, it was ok. Afterwards we went and picked up cake from the astoria pastry people and went back to my parents house to chill out for a while.
Today I went out to lunch with my boss to Jimmy Johns and while we were about to walk in, this old lady was holding her keys out and she said “I can’t remember where I parked”. This should have been the queue for us to hurriedly walk into JJ’s, but we decided to help her find her car. The parking lot is only one single side of parking, so if you forgot where you parked, you’re probably not doing so hot in the brains department. She said she was driving a black Audi, but she didn’t know where her car was, so I walked to one side of the little strip mall and my boss walked to the other. I saw a silver Audi, but she insisted that wasn’t her car. She said she had an appointment, and we asked her when it was. “10 o’clock”… it was 1pm, soo… she was probably going to be late, unless she meant 10pm and she wanted to be early. When we asked if she could call anyone to help her, she said “I could, but they wouldn’t know my name”. We began to wonder if she knew her own name. We walked around the building and didn’t see her car, and when we came to the front, she was wandering away. We decided to follow her to help her out and then she just disappeared. When we caught up to her, she was driving out and waved to us in her GREY NISSAN. Did I mention it was about 35 degrees FAHRENHEIT outside? Needless to say when she drove by she flipped us the bird… no, not really, but that would have been fitting. At one point she said “I knew I was old, but I didn’t think I was that old…” I wouldn’t be surprised if we heard that an old woman drove through the front of a 7-11 or something.