I laid down to take a nap, but I was wearing jeans and couldn't get comfortable, so I never fell asleep. (My mom told me to never sleep in my jeans because a certain bad infection happens to girls who sleep in their jeans, but I've slept in my jeans millions of times and its never happened to me. Must be an old lies tale.) So I decided to get up and go run a few errands. I was gone for about 2.5 hours, and only ended up completing one thing on my list (buying cookies for this scout thing tonight).
I spent most of that time wondering around Khols, shopping for some winter clothes for this wintery trip I'm taking next weekend. They were having a big sale and I found tons of cute things. My cart was loaded, and then all the sudden I got super lazy and didn't feel like trying anything on, so I decided I would just buy whatever I had in my cart without trying anything on. I stood in this really long line for about 15 minutes and right when it was my turn, the thought suddenly occured to me that I didn't want to spend any money on clothes and that I don't really care what I wear, or what I look like for that matter.
So I told the cashier, "You know, I don't need any this stuff. I changed my mind." And she was like, "You don't want ANY of this?" and I was like, "yeah, I'll go put it back," and she goes, "Are you sure, we've having a huge sale, and blah, blah, blah..." and I was like, "I'm sure," and then I walked around the store, putting everything back.
You know what's funny though? I totally made people start second-guessing
After wasting so much time on that one task and having nothing to show for it, I decided to just go home and forget about the rest of my errands.
So, about that winter trip I'm taking next week, I'm gonna have to find some old, outdated clothes from the back of my closet and layer for warmth and stuff like that. I'm just wondering, does the fact that I don't care mean that I'm dead inside, or is this just a natural part of it being winter time?
Oh, and Memzy, my entryway has looked like this for four years: