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Making an Entrance

Another way to "make an entrance" is to wear an outfit such as this.
The choice is yours.

You know the expression, “making an entrance". I did that yesterday. I pulled into Barnes and Noble and found a premier parking spot.  Right in front!! Next to a handicapped spot!! 

Unfortunately, I got so excited, I forget to put the car in park. All of Barnes and Noble watched as my Ford Escape drove over the yellow parking curb and came dangerously close to driving through the glass window.
Shaking off that near felony (surely some sort of ticket?), I walked through the doors and headed straight for the Café to set up my computer. I was trying to be quiet and nonchalant (like I didn’t just drive through the building) while I ordered my coffee frappuchino from the barista. The silence was short-lived as I spilled my coffee frappuchino all over myself and yelled “Ah! Come on! Mother F-er!"
And that, my friends, is called “making an entrance.” Class dismissed.

1 comment:

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