Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Thought Processes

A rapid fire, "NoNoNoNoNoNoN-O-O-O-O!", audibly, but in an almost whisper, flew out of this panicked SeaSpray's mouth in the Costco parking lot.  It's amazing just how fast so many thoughts can simultaneously enter and process through my brain in a moment of significant concern and while also processing what had just happened.  I assume most people do that.  I froze on the spot just before putting the cart with the others but had turned to see all the car doors closed and my immediate concern was that I had locked my keys along with my purse in the car and now it was getting dark and the store was closing and it is not close to my house and so on.  I panicked because I habitually press the locks down whenever I am closing the car doors and I thought I did that on the passenger side since it was the last door I closed and I had tossed the keys up on the dashboard.  I even lock my car in my own driveway.  And it wouldn't be the first time I locked myself out.  I figured younger son would have to get a key from Mr SeaSpray and drive down to my rescue and I'd be waiting inside Costco with the night crew and, well ...like I said, so many thoughts, even more than I've mentioned an all in about 15 seconds.  I don't know why but that both fascinates and amuses me.   You know ... your just having your usual normal though processes and then WHOOSH!  Major incoming thoughts at lightening speed.  I could've used some of that at my recent urology appointment the other day.  I think for the first time ever I only asked one question, didn't even tell him anything of what I had planned but instead just went with the flow, no pun intended.  :)

Thankfully, I didn't lock the doors.

Anyway, as stated  in tonight's earlier post, I will still finish post about police officer coming here.  And for the first time I actually stuck to my little list in that store only getting a couple of extra things and I did the same in the local store up here after that.  Miracles do happen.  :)

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