Shopping carts: Why do [most] people WALK AROUND A CART in the parking lot to get one from inside the store? That completely fascinates me. Are folks just that unconscious? Do they not see the thing they had to walk around? Do they think it's the job of someone else to deal with the parking lot carts? Or do they think the ones inside the store are better/cleaner? I'd love to stop someone and ask, but would probably get punched.
Shopping carts, continued: Why can't people walk an extra couple of feet to return the cart to the cart corral? Instead they leave them in parking spaces. Or on the sidewalk. Or half propped up on the curb. (do they think they're being considerate when they do that? only take up half a parking space that way)
Plants: Why do I buy them? It's a waste of money. I love to look at them, but hate the upkeep.
Bacon: Why is it so good? That's all.
I've also thought about F5 tornadoes and car bombings and graduation and war and the Pacific Theatre and cat carriers and drag bingo and the price of gas and how much I like staying here when everyone else goes away and scissors and pork chops and LED light bulbs and lawnmowers and changing sheets and laundry and paper bags and tomatoes with mayonnaise and dishwashers and water filters (why is mine making that noise?!) and how I have to keep calling people to finish work they agreed to do and Morocco and 1.5 million dollar condos in San Francisco and wood floors and how come I still haven't cleaned the cat puke stains (because I don't have to) and cat grass and fires and floods and staining the deck and sweeping the front porch and cat litter and vacuuming and where Finn is sleeping and why won't Lillie shut up and rearranging the furniture (always) and car inspections and vehicle registration and fixing the scraped up side of the car and beheaded soldiers in London and ravens in the Tower and Yeoman Warders and earthquakes and nuclear reactors and Japan and bracelets with carved ivory animals and elephants and pens and where the heck did I put that refill and getting dressed and returning things I bought Saturday and french fries and work tomorrow and taking videos back to the library and if it's open today (probably not) and donating my body to The Body Farm and green funerals and should I get more coffee (no) and how much I like the music of the person below.
"Summer Breeze (Set Sail)" - Giyo
"Rainfall" - Giyo