I don't know how long the show called THE WALKING DEAD has been on television, but I wouldn't even watch it when it was first out. I told my son and my husband it was stupid because that couldn't happen .
Week after week they continued to watch it, and I kept saying how stupid it was. LAST year I found out that my mother (who will be 80 this year) was a great fan and even had a glass with the walking dead on it. I laughed so hard I cried. Prior to that my sister admitted that she loved the show and watched it religiously. I think that was more difficult to believe than the fact that my mom was a great fan. My sister is pretty hard core and no nonsense.
I was at a meijer store months ago. I walked over to get my shopping cart. I grabbed the cart and turned around to pull it loose. I tripped over this stainless steel rail on the floor that guided the carts into place when you push them in. I didn't see it and I wasn't expecting it to be there, so I tripped over it! I cut my ankle as I fell onto my knees and then onto my back side.
Today was one of those days. You know the ones! I woke up feeling like I should just stay home and not go to work. It just sounded like a good idea. I did go to work, but as the day progressed, I knew my gut feeling had been correct! It was going to be ONE of those days.
I work in institutions where you have a work I.D. that you must have to be admitted. This one place kept the I.D. there and you had to sign it out before they let you have it. The guy behind the counter was flirting heavily ( and quite unsuccessfully ) with this very attractive young women that was trying to visit someone in the facility. I told him my I.D. number twice, and repeated it a third time. He was so distracted by this woman he was flirting with that he was not paying attention.