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saying "Guess what! Guess what!"
I was a tad startled—naturally.
"Look outside! It's sunny today."
The weather doesn't change
much here, coming from a place where
the weather is totally and completely bi-polar every, single day
(cloudy, no sunny, no raining, no hailing, no sunny....) this is
something we're going to have to get used to. I keep having an odd,
creepy feeling that a big storm is brewing up something good.
Things can't stay warm and sunny for this long, can they? It's unnatural.
I also haven't quite figured out which stations to set my preset buttons to.
(if there are any so-cal peeps listening in: please insert your recommendation
here.) The second day here I was sitting in the car with Jason's mother and
we flipped through those buttons (the ones previously set in SE Idaho). Each
station was a new nationality of music! Spanish music, Vietnamese music,
something that might have been a cross between Chinese and German (ok, so
I have no clue). There was, however, a classical button. We stuck with that one.
So anyway, my presets are useless and that leaves me to channel surfing.
And I wasn't going to say anything, but I'm not sure if that's the safest
activity while driving in a foreign city. It could be unhealthy.
I like preset buttons, I like to use them. I think it sort of
means you really live where you say you live.
Don't ask me why I need proof of address.
We've got several bills in the mail already to give us enough of that.