Stardate 20180302 – Time: Past the Point of No Return
Day started entirely too early thanks to the asshats next door neighbors.
Subsequent thoughts in shower: wouldn’t it be nice if some people wore shock collars activated by universal remotes?
Found a random screw on my living room floor. It’s official. My life is falling apart.
Started to go to the new gym one town over. It’s all the rage apparently.
A membership cost $30 a month. Not including yoga or the pool.
Donuts and coffee at the Dunkin Donuts up the street cost $4.50.
Guess who saved $25.50? And that’s only for February. I’m on track to save $255 for the rest of 2018. Go me!
Low rations and procrastination in completing weekly errands collide, resulting in a
headache inducing lovely jaunt throughout town.
Had an epiphany halfway to the library right in the middle of Walking on Sunshine.
Marvin the Martian was chosen as the referee in Space Jam because he was both an alien AND a Looney Toon. It all makes sense now.
Left library with spiffy new copy of Space Jam.
Frustrating that I have to put gas in my car considering how damn small this town is. Where the hell have I been that I need gas again?
Wish the Dollar Store sold gas.
At the grocery store, I ran into a guy wearing camo as I was walking down Aisle 5 looking for Oreos. To be fair, this one wasn’t my fault. I didn’t see him.
Survived small talk at the register. Hope to God I never have to do that again.
Made it home in one piece with most of the items I went out for and a great many I did not.
Asshat’s neighbor’s dog was out, running loose, so I had to sit in the car for 10 minutes waiting for it to decide whether it wanted the lame treats its owner was proffering from her front door or Wendy à la king.
Still wishing that shock collar was a thing…and not for the dog.
Bright spot: Space Jam!
I’d go with the Dunkin Doughnuts and coffee too. just think what you’ll be saving with carbon emissions nogt going into the atmosphere. plus, you’re helping to reduce our national reliance on fuel fuels. if you think about like I did you’d realize that you were a patriot.
you can thank me later 😉
I’ll thank you now! I love the way you think!
cool! I’ll even share my doughnuts with ya if you have the coffee.
Excellent! I always have coffee. 😀
I abhor nasty-acting neighbors so much, Wendy. You need a revenge scenario. Want help coming up with a draft? Your blog friends would be glad to pitch in, I’m sure.
Yeah, there is no love lost between me and this one set of neighbors. It’s a long story, but among other things, their large, hostile dog (they have 6 and this one, and at least one other one, likes to eat cats and any other small animal they can nab) is constantly crawling under the fence (which they refuse to fix), so it makes walking around my own yard perilous at times. I wake up to a cacophony of barking every morning around 5:00 a.m. And that’s after having spent a night also listening to lengthy, unabated barking at various hours (there is no “safe” time…it could be 11:00 p.m. or 3:00 a.m. for all they care).
Ouch, nothing is worse than dogs keeping you up ALL night 😤 and not being safe in your own yard… well that’s just… I have no words!
It’s annoying as hell to put it mildly.
That’s rude, ridiculous, and, likely, illegal, Wendy. Check your local nuisance laws, my friend.