Thursday, September 06, 2007

Parking, Lots

So a little while ago somebody biffed our car as it was parked out in front of our apartment. We went shopping, came back, and whoa, there was a dent the size of a soup bowl in the hood. Not cool. So we started parking in the lot in back, which is under video surveillance and all that stuff. And you know what? It's been pretty cool. I was a little leery of it at first, mostly because parking out back mostly, but not entirely, necessitates using the s l o w elevator in our building. I like buzzing out the door, down a quick flight of stairs or two, and out to my car, which is not really possible when I have to wait for the elevator.

So where's the positive in all this? Well, I've discovered that I can use the elevator ride to my advantage, like in the morning on the way to work when I find my podcast for the ol' commute while I am being lowered down to the ground level. Also, pressing the button in the hallway and finding that the machine is right there, on the same floor, is kind of like getting a small little present. And I never know when it's going to happen, which makes it all the better. Also, it's easier to carry lots of groceries in the elevator than it is to lug them up the stairs.

Tom, if you're reading this, I went to Costco today and bought one of those mondo-sized containers of Vitamin C to help fight off this cold I got recently. Dude, those little chewables are tasty!

4 comments:

Thomas said...

Awesome choice there with the vitamin C they sure do the trick, I also know that they work even better when combined with vitamin E. However I hear you can take tons of C however maybe not too much of E because its not good for your body to have lots of extra E. However with the C I recommend taking one every hour until the cold is gone. Also if your cold is a head cold with lots of sinus pressure and maybe a little cough and a headache, then Im sorry because thats the cold Tyne and I brought up with us.
-Tom

gb said...

i hit your car and i'm now headed to my third city in 8 days.... let's see your insurance track that...

Simon said...

I should have known it was you by the "Hero Quest" figurines that were scattered nearby the crime scene.

No worries about the cold, tom. It happens. Besides, if a cold is the price I pay to have you come visit, then I gladly accept.

Thomas said...

aw shucks, thanks.