Last time I went to my ophthalmologist I didn’t take my therapy dog. I was reprimanded and told not to forget again. (I had taken her several times in the past, but for the last appointment my dog was just sleeping so hard that I went without her.) I went today, took my handy beagle along with me. My dog of course greeted everyone who wanted to see her while we waited. When the doctor came into the exam room, she was so excited that she almost cried. She used to have a therapy dog herself. She had a staff member take her picture holding my dog! She said seeing my dog totally made her day. Now I have to go back in 3 months because I might be developing a problem. I asked if she just wanted to see my dog again. She said I have to take my dog, but I have to be there too. I was also advised that if I am ever near her office and my dog is in the car I am to stop in. Or else. As far as cooking, I like reservations a few times a week and cook at home for the rest of the time. I can’t eat a full restaurant meal, so it’s a good thing I like leftovers.
I have a neighbor who will sit out in his car with the windows down and smoke a stinky pipe. I don’t understand why. If his wife doesn’t like it, why would she want their car to reek?
She didn’t say what is in the two boxes. It could be quite a collection of unnecessary items.
I used to get the strangest calls from teachers. Also notes from them. One time the principal called me to tell me she thought my child was a practicing witch and was sacrificing animals. She had zero proof of any animal abuse, and I advised her of how many well-loved pets my child had. I also told her that Wiccan is a recognized religion, and if she wanted to complain about my child (who liked to read supernatural books but never tried to be a witch) supposedly appearing to belong to a religious group, I was going to make sure the school system ended up paying for my child’s college education from the money we got from the lawsuit I would be filing. I wasn’t tolerating any prejudice. This was probably middle school.
Also empty boxes!
No, but you can have it as a gift! A supervisor once taught me to write out exactly what I wanted to say in an email, and then keep re-writing it until it was acceptable. I can get hot-headed at times, and I decided if I followed her sage and calming advice, I had best not type out a nasty email as a first draft and accidentally send it. That is how I got the idea not to always put in the address first.
It reminds me of gremlins. I was sort of close. According to Lucifer on the Netflix show, the devil never made any human do anything. The people chose to do the bad things.
I am a redhead. I have found that some people really dislike redheads and some like it too much!