“You’re the girl who sat in the corner with a book drinking Waylons! I remember you!”—
A bartender I used to know. My m.o. hasn’t changed much…. But I’d kill for a Waylon.
(It should probably be noted that this is the second time this has happened- different bartender, very similar response. Turns out I’m a creature of habit. And turns out I don’t like to stray far from home.)
“I thought about how I needed to get you this every single time we tried to leave your apartment. I hope it works and if it does, according to my calculations you should have an additional hour of free time per day.”—
Sara Kennedy, who sent me the new most important object in my life, an “item finder” set. After glueing/nailing the transmitter to the wall I will hopefully learn a new language or master bread making with all the time I used to spend looking for my keys.
The keychain will obv. be life changing, but it also came with a couple stick on receptors that beep when the corresponding button is pushed. I plan to affix those to my cell phone and my favorite wine key. Priorities, you know?
Listen, I’m not a Yankees fan, I don’t pretend to be a Yankees fan. I don’t even pretend to be a big baseball fan. Baseball is more just a distraction from terrible summer TV shows and an excuse to drink a beer outside for a few hours. One of my biggest pet peeves about baseball is the “old…
AGREED (except for the not being a yankees fan part)
“One of these years, the players in Major League Baseball are going to look at the dumbest rule in the sport – the All-Star game determining home-field advantage in the World Series – and ask themselves how they tolerated something so backward, so inane and so downright wrong for as long as they did.”—Players’ ideas would improve All-Star game - MLB - Yahoo! Sports