Monday, December 16, 2013

Chocolate & Houses

Happy December 16th! What is December 16th is you ask? WELL IT'S CHOCOLATE COVERED ANYTHING DAY HOW ABOUT THAT

I wish I could say that I spent my first delightful Monday off of school hoarding and eating chocolate pastries of various shapes and sizes (such as: chocolate cupcakes or chocolate scones or even just a can of chocolate cake frosting) but alas, I did not. I spent my first day off of school working.

My dad's a realtor, and I help him out by doing computer imputing work and other such glamorous tasks. Today, it was delivering magnetic calendars to some nearby neighborhoods. *magical*

It sounds like it would be a miserable, boring job, but I actually kind of enjoyed it. Today was gloriously cold -- I actually had to wear a sweatshirt, say what! -- and the neighborhood we were in had lots of pine trees, so it was beautiful. There is also some pretty gnifty stuff you find out while delivering things door to door.

Things I Learned Today:
-- There are some people on this Earth that have a fondness for tiny, yippy dogs. And they will scare the living daylights out of you when you stroll up innocently to their homes. This is very displeasing.
-- There's a lot you can learn about people if you look closely. The way someone keeps their house, or the stickers they have on their car can say a lot about the person that they are, and what they enjoy.

Alrighty then!

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