My little inner voice reassuring me
My Vehicle Was Stolen - Kind of, The afternoon started out seemingly uneventful. My agenda included getting my nails done and grocery shopping. As is typical in South carolina, the temperature hovered in the upper 90's.opi nail polish
I walked into my into my nail salon, anxious to get a much needed tune up. My nail attendant (what do i call this person? )#) hovers nearby- why must i feel pressure when pondering if you're a Pisa Work or Pink Flamenco will be the color of the week? The color selection is not mind boggling, it can just become overwhelming looking at 100 bottles of nail polish. With sparkling, freshly painted nails featuring OPI's Pink Flamenco, I prance into Publix to pick up a few easy to pick up items without messing up my nails. Making it cleanly through the check-out without smudges, I was delighted. Walking out of Publix I realized immediately I had not a clue where I parked this morning.OPI Shrek
I failed LT's number one rule in a woman's first line of self defense. Always be aware of your surroundings. LT's #1 concern has always been my personal safety. He stresses the importance of women to remain alert at all times: at the gas pumps, the ATM, or as, right now, walking to my car with a grocery cart. Because of my "training, " I take note of the numerical row I park in, 99% of the time.OPI Canada
Subsequently, when i walk out into the sea of vehicles I know where to go. This is a straightforward, easy-to-remember plan. This morning I forgot. I push my cart walking confidently across the lot toward the myriad of black SUVs in the horizon. My little inner voice reassuring me, telling me one of them Has to be mine. NOT.