While I can feel good about one anniversary this month, there is another that still doesn’t even seem real.
A year ago, I was partaking in a random tradition of Potbelly with two of my closest friends. The vibe was pleasant, but tired. We had experienced a long weekend together of wedding celebrations and it was time to go back to our “regular schedules.” One turned to me as I was pulling out my chair to sit down, and said… “Robin Williams is dead.”
I couldn’t focus on much beyond that. All I said was what? And she reiterated, while my other friend said that it was sad and mentioned things she liked him in. I tried to block it out because I didn’t want to dwell on it or become emotional around them, after all he’s just some celebrity comedian, I had never met.
When I finally got home, I looked into it because rumors happen so often, but sure enough it was true. And I lost it. Please Keep Reading
Goodness gracious. Seems I’ve taken a longer blog sabbatical than I intended. But unfortunately sometimes life and illness gets in the way of plans instead of lovely vacations. That said, I hope to come back soon stronger and better than before with more consistent updates. Thank you to everyone who’s been reading and hope you will continue to stick around and welcome to any new followers that popped up during my absence. Cheers until the next post!
It may seem like a ridiculous question in the age of direct deposits, but there are situations you won’t have that convenient option. Like the one thing everyone loves to be summoned for, jury duty. I have to say I was in no hurry to cash my measly $6.00, because it felt a little embarrassing. At the same time it’s like hey, money is money no matter how small the amount. And this check was a sort of compensation for honorably participating in the judicial process. Something I would be willing to do again, just hopefully not any time soon (plus construction in the downtown area is madness).
The attitude or belief that money is money is still something I hold on to…well maybe to a lesser extent after today, when I received an even smaller (yes, less than six dollars) check in the mail. I had completely forgotten about the possibility of even receiving one. So, when it appeared in my mailbox, not knowing how much could be contained, my eyes lit up. I won’t go into the specifics, but the amount was laughable and that’s what I did when my eyes scanned across to it. I still appreciate it of course, but I think I’m going to have to pair this one with some larger deposited funds, otherwise the trip to the bank will end up costing me more.
Now, I’m asking others to have a laugh and share “what’s the smallest check you’ve received” and how did you feel about it?