|This is via google images. This is not what Tucson buses look like.
Well. This morning was interesting. First of all, isn’t it grand to read a post in “real time” as opposed to “I wrote this post maybe last year and you’ll never know because I’m a sneaky-ass blogger.” I don’t do that. I would never do that. Not until I’ve had dark hair for at least a year.
This morning I had articles to turn in for my internship. My deadline was 9 a.m. so I decided to wake up early to finish them. Taylor woke up not early for school. At some point during our running around frantically, he took the car and I had to stay home to catch the bus to school.
When he got to school, we had a little conversation about bus traveling. I’ve posted it here. Yes! You’re welcome!
Taylor: what time do you
need to be at school
me: thanks :D
Taylor: got my email? [he sent me a bus schedule]
sent in my blurbs too
30 min late
followed it up with “also not
coming in today”
can we say “fired”
does that bus schedule make sense [says bus will come at 12:17]
me: I dunno I barely
me: will you put more
money in my account
i have no monies
Taylor: try spending
Taylor: so you are
completely prepared to take the bus? no questions? or are you just going to do
your usual “i’ll deal with it at 12:17″
How do you do that?
HOW DO YOU KNOW
Taylor: i’m not amused.
please ask me if you have any questions
Is the first bus stop the one right
on campbell and grant, basically?
and is the one on 6th, the one that
I dropped you off at that one time?
Taylor: yes and yes
Taylor: there’s pictures
of the stops if you click on them
sounds like lots of work!
Taylor: and as you pay
the $1.50, ask for a transfer
then you won’t have to pay twice
me: do I have cash?
Taylor: do you?
me: yes I do
Taylor: there should be
a bag of quarters laying around somewhere
use exact change
me: I have dollar
me: i also just asked
david for a ride
hopefully he will save me
Taylor: if you put in
two dollar bills you will not get change
me: good to know
still hope david will save me
UPDATE: At 10: 53 a.m. David said he would save me. And I high fived a million angels.
Later today, come back and check out Village Life: A day at the patch (for pumpkins, not eyes)