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Life of the Bored and Taskless.

Saturday, May 29, 2004

I went fundraising for Relay for Life today with Jen, Jess, and Christina. Jen and Jess went their own way, and the midgets went another.

Let's just say that we had some very "interesting" experiences...

Much to your displeasure, and mine, I'm going to elaborate.

We went to one house, and this little kid came to the door after we waited awhile. He pressed his nose against the screen and, trying not to laugh, we asked if his "mommy and daddy" were there. He shook his head and walked away. We could clearly hear adult voices in the background. When we walked away laughing, the kid and a lady (his mother, possibly, who knows?) were watching us through a window. The phrase "WEIRDED OUT" fits nicely with our reaction to this.

After that, we had to deal with a stalker. That's right, a stalker. Some kid around the age of 5 or 6 was in the driveway of one of the houses we went to, and when we left, he followed us. We were at the house next to his, waiting for someone to answer the door, and we could see him in the glass of the door. He followed us down the driveway, then disappeared. We came back that way later on, and he was hiding behind a car in his driveway. He repeated the process of peeking out, then running away several times, he even hid under the car once. Yeah. Maybe it's because we look like we're 12, or maybe we're just prone to stalkers. Nonetheless, it was very amusing.

Oh, and I also had a nice slip and said that "Jesus loves Cancer" today. I meant to say the American Cancer Society, but this sounds much better, I'm sure.

If anyone wants to write a two-page paper on Physical Therapy, let me know. Boy, do I have a job for YOU! *Uncle Sam poster pose*


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