Having just finished the Two Writing Teacher's Slice of Life Challenge 2015, I thought it might be good to keep the habit of writing going. So, one goal down, two new goals to take its place.
1) Keep writing! Keep publishing, even without followers or subscribers. Just stay in the habit. I'd really like to make it a daily habit but I know there are days I will have to pass on writing
2) I'd like to journal more. I have an old school, traditional personal/paper journal. I was doing okay writing before the challenge but I have basically stopped since I started blogging. I'd like to get back to that. There are some days that only paper and pen will do.
It was weird today to sit down, open my laptop and realize I didn't have to write. But I just wanted to. I wanted to share about the things I did and saw all day. Especially, THE WALMART PEOPLE.
Walmart never fails to disappoint and entertain me. Today in Walmart, I spied, with my little eye:
-One woman wearing a Santa hat. In April.
-One man, who I can only assume is a magician, wearing a tophat and cape. Maybe tophats and capes are the next trend, replacing tall socks and slides. I'd be okay with that. How cute would it be to have a classroom full of little caped crusaders?
-Seven squishy babies clinging to six exhausted looking moms and one very pleased grandpa.
-One squishy baby that had eyes SO LARGE and a smile SO SWEET I was forced to stop and talk to it. His mom must get that a lot. She mostly ignored me, and just said, "yeah thanks" when I told her how cute her baby was. He is cute though.
-One goth. I did not know kids still did goth. It's been a while.
-Five unsupervised children running wildly (this is a relatively low number).
-Three people in those driving/strolly carts that probably could have walked.
-Two people who probably wished they had those driving/strolly carts, but they were all taken up by people who probably could have walked.
-One man, no less than 90 years old, wearing the brightest orange running shoes I've ever seen. He looked fast as he did his little-old-man-scuttle down the isles. Maybe it's all an elaborate ruse. He's actually the Flash.
Short on some inspiration for odd characters? Head to Walmart. They'll all just waiting for you.