Okay, I've been doing some domestic work since I have found myself between jobs. Kathy and I have decided to start some spring cleaning early and we are redoing the master bedroom. Today, I started right after breakfast to move around some things that haven't been moved in over 25 years and I found this to be a major undertaking. In short, I bit off a little more than I could chew.
Kathy had to go to the doctor's today because she had overdid it on the elliptical over the weekend, so I kept on working as she went for her appointment. I also fixed supper, after which I went to get a prescription filled for Kathy. Mind you, mister razor hadn't met mister face today and I looked a real mess. It was a good day to be in relative anonymity, but alas, that wasn't to be.
I dropped off the prescription at the Giant Eagle since it was on the four dollar list and was told it would be a 20 minute wait for it to be filled. Not a problem as I would just walk around the store. Before the time was up, I noticed at the waiting area was a chair with a shiatsu massaging device on it, inviting me to try it. After thoroughly enjoying it for several minutes, I got in line to pick up Kathy's prescription. I then got into a conversation with the pharmacy tech, who told me she was thinking about me a couple of days earlier. After I gave her a funny look, she told me that we had graduated from high school together. After talking for several minutes, and yes, I gave her the web address of this very blog, I left to go home. While I was in the parking lot, it occurred to me that I would not want to see me like I was if I hadn't seen me in over 35 years. I wonder what Debby will tell those she sees in the future whom we both went to school with?
Moral of this story: If I intend to go anywhere off I76, clean up before I leave the house.