March 23, 2018
What a short day!
Woke up at 8am a bit chilly not knowing why since the heater was set to 75 degrees. To warm up I had a warm bowl of Quaker oatmeal – Apple Cinnamon mixed with Cinnamon Spice – as I sat in front of the computer watching YouTube.
Before work I stopped at the mall for Starbucks to get my new favorite drink, Matcha Green Tea Latte.
Where I was working today was interesting. Back in 2013 I interned for a company called Dun and Bradstreet. Today I returned but a quarter mile across the lot at the building next to it. It felt good to reminisce about interning there. It was a great experience that me taught me a lot. One of the things I learned was how much working in an office setting sucked. For me. I like fast paced work, hands on, somewhere a little more upbeat.
We finished up around 3pm and as I headed home I realized a mistake was made. I forgot to get gas before jumping on the highway. My luck was being tested. Having very little gas to the point where the light flickers on and off is scary. It is especially scary when you have to drive 10 miles in traffic watching it flicker. I considered many thing, getting off the nearest exit, jumping the barrier, cutting people off, but none of that was done. The nearest exit was not close enough, my car is too low for the barrier, and cutting people was impossible as well as pointless. Slow and steady I rode until the highway opened up. Then I took off!
I want to say Thank You to Honda. Your fuel delivery is amazing. I sat in traffic for 25 minutes with my fuel gauge pointing to E and a flickering indication of trouble but still made it to the gas station. I love my car!
I got home around 3:30. Showered up and put a cheese steak sandwich from earlier in the oven. Now having a sandwich without chips is like a flower without dirt. It is a necessity! So, I lay out some barbecue chips on a plastic plate for easy picking. While I eat, Netflix is loaded up with the series “Dark”. I have to say, I am completely confused. This rarely happens which has me hooked like a fish on a four-pound line. For the rest of the night my eyes are glued to the TV until I get too tired to even sit. Off to bed!