Believe It or Not

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You will not believe it, you will not believe it, or maybe you will since there are so many happenings out there. I was awakened this morning with a clock that went off at 4:30 a.m. I was served coffee, so that was a good thing. I fell back asleep around 6:00 a.m., and woke up at 10:22 a.m. Now my son was asleep on the couch informing me that I had to run him to work and that he had to be there at 11:00 a.m. I didn’t mention that when I came through my bedroom door, there stood the cat, dog, and bird, (his cage is there). 

Are you with me so far? The next thing, I took a sip of that 4:30 a.m. cold coffee, fed the cat to shut her up, fed the bird to shut him up, fed the dog to stop her from being a jump n’ jack, turned off the coffee pot, got dressed, turned TV on for the animals so they would not be lonely, went out the door, told my son to let pig out of her house and feed her. While I was getting in the car, I noticed something was wrong. Now, have you looked at your watch yet to see what time it is? Well, I did on my cellphone which was one cell, about dead, and it was 11:15 a.m. I suggested he call in and say going to be late. Ok, back to the car. I had 4 flat tires, and no gas. The tires were not completely flat where I could get to the station for air or worse. We are going now to pickup another car so he can get to work, and so I could pickup a dear friend of seven years, eighty years old to do her running of important things too, needless to say it took me until 5:00 p.m. to get it done. Before I could get out of the car, my one cell phone rang. Mom, can you run down here and buy me a pack of cigarettes, and can you meet me at the Citgo? I had to get gas again so ok. That trip cost me $42, we had to go to the Dollar Store too. Finally, I get to go home and relax. Wrong. At the home, it was Mom, can you please help me out until tomorrow? Those words cost me $40 in the end. Now, that it’s 12:27 a.m., the next day—I’m going to bed. Good night.


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