I am taking a German exam on Saturday and am feeling wholly unprepared to do so. I also don’t know how much time I will be able to devote studying for it because my job has become insane.
In The End It Turned Out Alright
I was at the car dealership for three hours yesterday. Three. Hours. Three hours to perform tire rotation, multi-point inspection, and a car wash. The 15k routine maintenance also called for an oil change, but because I’d done that only 1k miles ago, it was unnecessary.
Two-and-a-half of those hours were spent waiting for the above-mentioned work, and for my patience the service guy comped all of the work.
And then as I went to leave I tried to get into my glovebox to fetch my sunglasses… And the glovebox no longer opened freely on its own; on most attempts it got stuck after opening about an inch, and with some extra force could be convinced to open the rest of the way. I immediately turned around.
The last half hour was waiting for the service guys to fix the problem they created when installing a new in-cabin air filter, which sits behind the glovebox.
It’s a good thing I had three hours of a Monday morning to spare, and that I wasn’t needed in the office. Oh wait…
As I Do
I skipped my concert last night to join my boss and a friend for some beverages after work. We started late, about 6:30pm and by the time we were done so was I. I returned home to lie in bed and go to sleep some time before 10:00am. I’ve become such an old man.
It’s Tuesday, therefore it’s probably German class night. And in this case it is. Such will not be the case next week, which is also inexplicably Thanksgiving week.