it’s funny how some days we complain about little things. last week I had a cold and it seems to be lingering a little. that’s neither here nor there as my point was as I was sitting in the Jerry’s Subs and Pizza in Owen Brown, a lady walked by me and I said “hi, how’s it going?” she said “hi, good” back, walked 2 steps turned around and asked if I really cared because she would sit down and tell me. since I tend to believe half the people I see are criminals, I politely declined and told her “maybe tomorrow.” haha. she hadn’t even met me for more than a split second and was all ready to lay her world of problems on me. a minor interaction that was more of a courtesy and a way being polite.
what did she really have to complain about? who knows and I wasn’t interested in finding out. it didn’t actually make a difference to me as we all have our problems but do we really to talk to complete strangers about them? I guess I won’t be asking random people “how it’s going” again. I know I don’t really have anything to complain about. I could complain that work has been slow but then again I am not unemployed so maybe it’s not bad after all. so since we aren’t complaining, I hope you are doing well. bee got a cold after I did so we are working on getting better and being happy with what we have. so why did I write a post about this or is it I am complaining about having no complaints? guess i’ll let someone else decide because i’m not really sure.
I complain to you and Bee all the time? Are you secretly writing this blog to tell me to knock it off?
Hehe, no we find your complaints entertaining.
Say “Hello” or “Howdy,” something that isn’t a question. That’s too weird that she actually wanted to sit down and spill her guts.
Me, I wear headphones when I eat out on my own. People often don’t disturb you.
yeah, i am definitely going to have to change my tactics. don’t need to know about every strangers life. haha. i was reading through my twitter feed and looked up when she walked by which is how the whole thing started. oh well
Very strange. I often wear headphones when I eat out on my own (great way to catch up on podcasts). People are less likely to approach.