Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Having someone to wander with was fantastic. No real agenda, sunshine and good company...can't really get much better than that.

Watching a game from the Green Monster pretty much rocks. Even when it's raining.

Getting a secret text message from someone who notices you are being left out of the group is a good feeling.

Knowing you've nailed an interview is also a good feeling. (Not so good when you learn that it didn't matter though.)

Sleeping on twin mattresses on the floor is kind of like camping. Though I wouldn't want to do it on a regular basis, it's kind of fun for a day or 2.

Saloon doors are not good for bathroom stalls.

Seeing a man walk by in a powder blue suit and top hat is hysterical.

I never would have thought that buying 1 Christmas present would result in me receiving so much pleasure.

It may have been raining, but sitting on the porch reading in the dim light was relaxing. Especially when you're with someone you feel comfortable enough with that you don't have use small talk to fill every single minute of the day.

I learned that when you have to pee in a different building than where you are sleeping, you don't have to go as much in the middle of the night. But when you do it's nice to have an escort. :)


katherine. said...

with the exception of the saloon door stalls this reads like a "what-makes-me-smile" list.

the saloon doors could be good for a laugh too...

star8278 said...

For some reason in my head I pictured the top hat guy walking by the saloon bathroom door. made me ROFL.

Hope you are having a great week. Sucks about missing out on the job, but everything happens for a reason. Stay positive.

Kat said...

Just wondering if it was a peeping tom who wanted saloon doors for bathroom stalls. These doors also irk me in dressing rooms

Lois Grebowski said...

Who knows. Maybe the lady who moved back doesn't work out this time...

I'm with you about the quiet moments and lack of small talk. Sometimes it's the best not to be "ON"

Travis said...

Those quiet moments can be special.