British Columbia, Canada
Karen ~ In my kitchen trust me no one ever gets in my way! They know better.
Josh ~ Thank you for giving me a new cause. I am presenting an idea to City Hall. You don't know me, but I am dead serious
Sharon ~ Well of course you are right!
Ron ~ I will never go to Indiana now for certain. This is true, (ask Liz,) when I was in New Yawk I got their language down pat right quick, could have fooled anyone who lived there and did! As a matter of fact, I learned sign language at a very young age, and was married to an Italian once, so I think I might survive there as a cabbie really well. Being that I was always the one to say, "Gun it!" playing chicken in cars in Junior High, I think I have done my practicum too. By the way, Nan knows how this ticks me off, she's walked with me.
Richard ~ see my response above about City Hall. Incidentally I wonder what they do in those hot states where no one walks, free for all as you get the entire sidewalk, LOL
Raph ~ my Canadian friend, of course you understand! I do the same as you as I hate cel phones period, shopping carts in my way (especially when I am on a mission!) with women chatting drive me insane.
I will actually ask to speak to the person on the other end of a cel phone if someones dares talk on one in a restaurant to get the opportunity to hang the dang phone up, then smile and hand it back, saying I paid for silence not to hear your conversation, thank you for understanding.
I want to thank you all for I really thought I was loosing it and was the only one like this. Oh, know what I did today? Everyone who was in my path going down the hill on my right got told "Sidewalk Etiquette," and what's more they actually stood there in -3 degrees and listened. Do you think there is a possibly I could run in 2008? LOL