The title can be taken literally, not figurtivly. I had a good day, I am content but it was a crazy rain-storm day. A cold January rain. *sigh* It was so windy and rainy that on the way home on the bus to Truro, the bus wasn't allowed to take the bridge over to Dartmouth because there was a chance we could blow over. So we had to go around the Bedford Basin way (the only way Dan knows how to get to Hali, :P) which added another 45 minutes on the trip, with the crazy Hali rush hour traffic too of course.
I talked to a lot of strangers today, well actually I should say that a lot of strangers talked to ME. I brought work on the bus with me so i could get a start on my econ assignment but the guy that sat next to me on the bus decided to become my friend. He told me a lot about his life in the 2 hour duration of the trip. He was an alright guy, average, 22 i think. But I couldn't help but keep thinking...-please stop talking to me, I need to get my assignment started...- This is makes me feel like I am a huge geek, a bonified geek. There was this decent, fairly attractive guy who was obviously flirting with me and very interested in all I had to say and all I can think about is the Technical Rate of Subsitution of an isoquant curve. That is kind of depressing to me really. What happened to my teenage, girly spirit?
So yea, we played who wants to be a millionaire on the internet on his cell phone and he continued to try to pry into my life.
Then I arrived in Truro and me and my mom went to Frank and Gino's. It was packed so we sat at the bar near where the waitress people are always at. We proceded to have a detailed convo with 3 of the waitresses there who lived together. Then we walked to the mall and got SOAKED, cars actually splashed us and we got drenched...assholes.. My Mom spent money on me! That was crazy, I dont remember the last time I have gone out shopping with her and she has bought me stuff...weird... I got a new shirt and a rather expensive pair of jeans. I paid about half the price, mom paid the rest. sweet. All of the sales clerks seemed very interested in my life too...like I know they are paid to be like that, but they seemed overly chatty to me, just like every other person that I encountered today.
This will be weird in Truro, not working at MacQ's for the weekend. hmmm...
I miss my Hali people already... :(