Of Course I Know What I’m Doing

Sunday evening Studly Doright and I decided to go out for dinner at our favorite Asian restaurant in Tallahassee. The place was really busy, but they were still maintaining social distancing protocol. We had a nice meal and didn’t linger since others were waiting for a table.

We walked out of the restaurant and I hesitated on the sidewalk because the driver of a pickup truck was maneuvering to back into a spot adjacent to the path we needed to take to get to our own vehicle.

Studly said, “Why’d you stop?

Me: Because there’s no curb and I don’t want him to back over me.

Studly praised me. You see he’s always saying I have awareness issues. “Maybe you’re learning something after all these years.”

The pickup came to a complete stop and Studly and I continued on to our Lincoln SUV. Well, Studly did. I tried to get into a similarly colored Chevy van. So much for conquering my awareness issues. Sheesh.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

14 thoughts on “Of Course I Know What I’m Doing”

  1. You’re still awesome!!! But chivalry has a greater purpose…allow Studly to lead the way and open the car door for you so you’re sure to get in the right vehicle. “Oh, Studly. How would I ever manage without you?”

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