Have you ever had one of those days when everything goes wacko? Okay, I suspect this happens to me more often than it does to regular people (people who do not have a craziness magnet implanted in them somehow).
But here are three things that happened last week while running errands with St. Bob. First, I had to return some things to Home Goods. I walked in, saw the line for the cashiers, and immediately crashed into a display of wind chimes on the end cap. BIG, NOISY wind chimes. CLANG, BANG, BRRRANg!
Granted, I do not have excellent hand-to-eye coordination (any other body parts can be substituted for these two), but why couldn’t it have been a stack of fluffy towels? And, of course, everyone stared at the woman who can’t even navigate a check-out line.
Then we decided to grab lunch. Bob ordered for us while I checked out the gift shop. I wasn’t that hungry, so I told him to just order a side of mashed potatoes for me. Those are always dependable, right? But the elderly waitress said, “Oh, did she have dental work? I always have mashed potatoes when I’ve had dental work.” Seriously? You would ask this of a stranger?Then, as we were paying our tab and leaving, Bob noticed a man coming out of the restroom who seemed confused. He was knocking papers off a table. Bob went back as Mr. Good Deed of the Day, and asked if he could help. The guy said, “No—leave me alone! Get away from me!” Well, you try to be nice, right? Maybe we should just stay home and wait for this Twilight Zone day to be over. You can do the same—read one of my books or watch one of my Youtube videos. They’re all right here, folks.