I think you should know the following — mostly because I don’t want to be the only one who knows them, but also, some of them were amusing to my fried brain. I feel the need then to share.
I just asked my boss to sign important documents in blue so I can stop doing my best Louis Braille impression to determine which of the the original and a copy is which if he signs in black.
I just ate Goldfish crackers as my second breakfast item (first was strawberry yogurt). Whilst eating, one of them apparently smiled bigger (they are the snack that smiles back after all), causing part of his cheek to fly to the back of my mouth to a place that made me not only cough it out, but then I also sneezed. WHAT?!
I just met a lovely butch with a firm yet didn’t-squeeze-the-hell-out-of-my-hand handshake. Her colorful flowery butterfly-ish tattoos brought some color to my beige existence here.
I will be placing an order from Staples shortly. This makes me happy, even though it’s not for my personal use. I shall go back to school shopping for myself in person this weekend. (No, I am not going back to school, but I do enjoy the back to school shopping.)
I am not a pumpkin spice fan, but I’m happy to see it return today. That, plus the U.S. Open tennis tournament play that began yesterday, plus the upcoming three-day weekend give me the strength to hang on until this sweaty summer ends. Of course, my grip is loosening due to everything dripping wet with humidity. Like the world washed its hands but there are NO PAPER TOWELS in the dispenser!
I hope the man who mowed his lawn at 7:30 this morning enjoys a mower that’s so clogged with wet grass that he can no longer use it. I also hope he won’t mind my pots and pans parade, only right in front of his house, one night when he least expects it, around 2 a.m.
My tennis faux boyfriend, Gael Monfils, plays today at 3:30. Thank you, 21st century, for making Internet at work mandatory for things to do with my job. I shall watch him in the corner of my 20-inch monitor whilst “working.” If I’m not totally melted at that point, that is.