Observations of the past couple of weeks

Why is it, when you have lots of time, and can catch up on online reading, there is a weak-to-nonexistent Internet signal?

Sometimes you meet a person who you just know is a phony even though they act so sincere. Sincerity can’t be faked.

The person most responsible for getting the most done for an event with a deadline is the person you can least likely reach because they have let their cell phone die or have turned it off.

Sometimes people bite off more than they chew, or chew well, but refuse to admit that.

Old people who smell bad may not have poor hygiene but rather they may be ill and the illness is leaking out of their pores.

Do not continue to fight a winless battle. Pack up and go elsewhere. Life is too short to put up with a bunch of nonsense. But leave very quietly.

When retired, you can sit in your car, in the grocery store parking lot, watching a 5-minute YouTube video without feeling guilty about wasting the time when you should be grocery shopping.



5 responses to “Observations of the past couple of weeks

  1. it takes me ages to see that a person is phony sometimes…I wish I’d be better at this.

  2. Good observations, Delaine. I’ll think about this one for awhile. 🙂

  3. Interesting observations. I did not realize one could detect an illness from skin odor, or did I?
    As for watching a Utube video, better to do it after you are parked than while driving.

  4. All these are good, but the first one is OH, SO TRUE!

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