So this whole day my plan was to finish my homework nice and early so that I’d only have readings to do for the next 3 days, and my reward was to go to the 7/11 and get a treat.
Hallelujah I did it!
But before I left, I started watching “I love you Phillip Morris,” which you all have to see because so far it is dog-gone hilarious. Then my roomate comes in and I remember my reward (the movie was incredibly distracting), so I pull on some pants and head out.
Perfect timing, seeing as on my way out, I saw one girl on my floor and the guy (we think) she has a crush on being all friendly which is really great because she’s a really nice person. Even if they are just friends, it’s clear that they are good friends, and I’m happy she has good friends.
Then on my way down the street, the walking-man came on the sign right away each time I crossed the roads. When I made it to the 7/11, a car had just pulled up and the man who drove it held open the door to the store for me (really nice of him).
And then my Dr. Pepper was on sale (two for one), and they had my favourite ice-cream. When I got to the register, there was no line whatsoever.
Maybe I looked nice or something, maybe my smile was contagious, maybe he was just having a good day, but no matter, what I’m getting at is that the (mad attractive; I think maybe he was Brazillian, not sure why I think so) cashier was smiling and being super nice to me and was really considerate. Maybe it’s really just a part of the job, but oh well. It still made me feel nice.
Left the store with my yummy stuff and a smile on my face, didn’t have to wait for the walky-man at all to cross the streets, and then wouldn’t you know… My luck got better!
Literally the hottest guy at the school walked by and I know it doesn’t seem like a big deal, but he’s a fifth year, so I’ve not been expecting to seem him much at all, and I got a good look at him all down the street until we passed.
And now I’m back in my room, snacks ready for the munching, a hilarious movie ready to go, and an enormous smile on my face.