Monday Miscellany

April 20, 2010 at 4:58 am Leave a comment

It’s technically Tuesday.  But I haven’t gone to bed yet.  So I’m calling it Monday. 

Besides, you should know by now that I like alliterative titles!

Lessons I’ve been learning that I’m happy to pass onto you, my dear readers:

(1) The weekend bus schedule is different than the weekday schedule

(2) You should probably check with the dance store before you take said bus (that you waited 20 minutes for because of said different schedule) to see if it’s actually open.

(3) It’s a little embarrassing to ask nice strangers at the bus stop of they are waiting for particular return bus, after you have found that the store is, in fact, closed on Sundays, and you have mascara streaked down your cheeks from a tearful phone call to your mother in which you wailed about being stranded in the middle of nowhere. 

(4) It’s also embarrassing to have aforementioned nice strangers point to the bus schedule posted on the pole and tell you exactly when the next bus will be there.

Yes, that was yesterday’s adventure.  But the rest of the weekend was lovely; I went on a beautiful and relaxing women’s weekend with the Navigators.  And took a nap after I got back and dealt with the bus fiasco.

And I hope to return to more regularly scheduled posting this week!

Entry filed under: adventures & misadventures.

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