The only problem with all of this, is that it takes some of the martyrdom out of having to take over two hours of my day off to drive all the way, the whole six point one miles each way, to the dealership, and wait for the work to be done. I brought my computer along, because I thought I’d write for the blog about what a miserable waste of time it was going to be to have to sit there and wait, and then it turned out not to be even uncomfortable.
Since I didn’t have anything negative to rant about, I looked up from the computer. I noted that the young women who were keeping the refreshment area stocked and clean were both very pleasant to watch, while they performed these small duties. The young man that brought out one tray might have been just as pleasant to watch, but I was distracted by an email notification that my vehicle was ready, just as he entered the area.
Heck, the whole experience was so positive, I’m thinking I might start hanging out there, even when I don’t need any vehicle work done. The place has everything I need to recreate or do poet’s work, with food and drink, internet access, entertainment, and other useful distractions for those non-working moments.
Back to the problem of the moment, though, I still don’t know what I’m going write about this week.