I eventually got on the freeway, driving to work, not looking forward to my 25 minute commute. The traffic flowed nicely, which was unusual for a Monday morning. I stopped by Wal-mart before going in to work to pick up some snacks for work and cold medicine. I knew it was already going to be a long day. I picked up a few random items and went to check out, as I reached for my wallet in my back pocket, it was gone. I forgot it! Suck, I thought. I explained it to the cashier, left all my items there and went to work. Bummer.
I slowly got through the day and after work I had to switch cars with me little sister. I went to pick up her truck and left her my car for her at the EHS track. I then went and picked up some tools, a wheelbarrow and some other items so I can do some work in our backyard. As I was cruising down 21st south, the gas light went on. I pulled into the Chevron gas station, pulled out my wallet to get some gas so I could get home and realized again that I had forgotten it at home. Suck! I thought again. I had about $1.96 in my backpack and in the car. That's not even half a gallon of gas and they probably wouldn't even sell it to me. I called my sister who lives close by and she spotted me $5 to get me home, ha. I gave the gas attendant $6.96 which is barely 2 gallons of gas. I wonder what he thought?! Ha. What a day, it was just one of those days and I finally did make it home.
HERE and watch this video. Pretty cool stuff! I want to read her book when it comes out next week, don't you?