I was almost crushed by a bus. Oh, you’d like to join me in this lane immediately? Splendid!
Speaking of buses, Mercedes makes them?
I saw a “Drew’s Famous Party Music” truck - really? I find it hard to believe the demand for party songs not by the original artist was ever great enough to warrant filling an entire truck with CDs (far too many CDs would fit), and really hard to believe that there is reason for this truck to still be on the road.
I saw a rhinestone Jesus fish on someone’s car. If I were the Jesus fish-type person, you know that is exactly the one I would have.
(en route) some guy on the lawn of the office building next door practicing some golf (sometimes I am really amazed by how unfazed people are to do some really questionably appropriate things, e.g. bring your dog into Marshall’s, practice sports on the grass outside your office)
There are an astounding amount of people who drive to the park, and proceed to sit inside their car the whole time. Yes, you still get to look at the lovely pond and fountain, fewer bugs maybe, no screaming children running around showing each other fish heads, but you’re not even going outside. Why not just stay at your desk and look at some scenery on your computer?
A woman sort of passed out while I was there. I saw her being supported by her friend as they walked over to the parking lot. First I thought maybe she sprained her ankle or something. Then, because I am a horrible person, I thought she might be drunk. As a park staff member came to offer to help them to the car, the woman’s head dipped a little, she fell to her knees for a moment, then she was back up and apparently okay. I really thought I was on one of those shows where they see if people are willing to help someone in distress. If I was, I didn’t sign any waivers, so I will just be a blurry face sitting on the bench trying to figure out what was going on, and whether 911 needed multiple people calling to report the same item.