Here are some of my observations and thoughts that I have after visiting Target in Foothill Ranch 2 days in a row:
-I like the convenience of a Starbucks where I can get a delish bev or a free triple-filtered water if I so desire.
-Target does a great job at pulling off the Grocery/Clothing/Various Merchandise gig.
-Toasted Coconut Marshmallows look quite disgusting!!! -I would like to take better advantage of name tags when interacting with employees of all services like Grocery stores, Restaurants, etc.
-I still hate when people talk on their cellular telephones while standing in line and while paying for their merchandise.
-Pushing a cart full of Cool Whip (40-16 oz. containers to be exact) is entertaining, but not as much as when I could say, "I really love Cool Whip!" to a confused customer. -I'm sad that Kristen Wiig's character on SNL doesn't actually work at Target, but I am glad that Beatrice from Ghana does. -What I am most please with is that Target provided me with somethin that no other store has EVER provided: a funny greeting card. My friend Annie and I had a contest to see who could find the funniest greeting card. She did it! Not only did she find the funniest greeting card in the contest, but of ALL TIME! So, without further adieu, I would like to present to you "The Funniest Greeting Card of All Time":
So, I saw this commercial the other day. It was a Volvo commercial, featuring it's newest car, the S80. What is so special about this car? Well, I wouldn't be blogging about just any ol' car commercial. In this particular commercial in a series of commercials for this model, they are highlighting a security feature called PCC (Personal Car Communicator). What the PCC does is multifaceted.
"The Personal Car Communicator (PCC) is your car key's smart connection with your Volvo S80 applying the latest in two-way radio technology. When in range, you'll always know the status of your car. Locked or unlocked. Alarm activated or not. If the alarm has been activated, the heart beat sensor will also tell you if there is someone inside the car. The PCC also includes keyless entry and keyless drive."
I'm hot cuz I'm fly. You ain't cuz you not. This is why, this is why, this is why I'm hot." Well, I had this song stuck in my head the whole weekend. I would sing the song, but with different words that would be related to whatever I was doing or what was going on. You should try it after you listen to it and see how fun it is. The song is called 'This is Why I'm Hot' by MIMS. Give it a listen and see what you think. You may think it is a fun song, or that it is the most absurd song ever. Me, I thought it was a fun, but absurd song. Welp, see ya later!
Today, I went to Coffee Bean with my friend Annie Summers to enjoy a delish beverly and chat it up. Unfortunately, only one of those things took place while we were there. I ordered a new Spring07 bev of theirs they call Pomegranate Fru Tea Ice Blended Drink.
Well, it had a non-tasty kind of taste. It didn't taste like much, but what taste was there, wasn't good. Whatever you do, avoid this drink. They have many more options that would be much better. I took the risk of trying something new and it backfired. So, it was a total disappointment. But hey, my consolation prize was having a rad convo with a rad girl.
(Side Note**- If you have ever been to the new food court in Foothill Ranch, you might have noticed a rancid smell hovering in the air around the Cleaners and Childcare establishments. I do NOT know what it is but it ISN'T good!!! Just breathe through it and you'll be fine.)
It had a comfortable retreat area as you walked into the room. As you can see, there was also an opening with cool design that actually opened up into the great room down stairs.
Wow, what wisdom in those 6 words. Well folks, I am back home now...and have been here since Monday, but I finally got back to normal California time today. But now I have to set my clock forward??? Stupid farmers!!! Why do you need 1 more night-time hour? You aren't working...soooo...what's the deal?
It has been an interesting transition back home. I haven't had that "super difficult" time since I have been home like a lot of others say they do. I mean, I miss the heck out of those adorable childen in Africa, but I am not in depression or anything like that. What does that mean? Does that mean I wasn't really touched? Or that I don't care? Or what?
Well, I am looking for a job and not sure what I am going to do. Any suggestions?