The other night, my mom and I were driving home from the grocery store and pulled onto my road. We made it like 50 feet down the road when someone pulled onto the road, swinging ridiculously wide—right into our lane. I stopped, but they didn’t, heading straight for us until we were like ten feet apart.
Mom and I were both quite righteously indignated (yep, I like that word), even after the other driver finally figured out what side of the road they were supposed to be on. “Do I not have headlights?” I exclaimed.
And then I realized—they weren’t on.
Later that week, Ryan was sick and needed some saltines, and we were out of milk. He fielded the kids for a bit while I ran to the grocery store.
I forgot the crackers.
So after a few minutes, I took Rebecca back to the grocery store. We picked up the saltines—and then I realized:
I forgot my wallet.
So after a quick
battle bedtime, I went back to the grocery store for trip #3 and finally successfully procured the saltines.
I got back to the car—and found the packet of saltines that has been there all week.
How is your life equally awesome??
Photo by Justin Garland