Thursday, July 26, 2012

Little things that restore my faith in humanity

Tuesday night was girls' night this week, so naturally we had to head into DC. We went to this cool little Asian restaurant called Hunan Number One, which also doubled as a bar? Yeah, it was a bit confusing since I've never seen an Asian restaurant-bar combo, but it was really fun! And the sushi was super cheap and delicious. Okay, so I totally cheated on the sushi and got California rolls, but I know what I like and I stick to it. Anyway, that is not the point of this post. 

POINT IS, on my way home it was a little late (for a Tuesday, especially if you're a grandma like me) and I was driving though Tyson's Corner, aka THE MOST crowded place in all of the WMA excluding downtown DC. Of course, because the Metro is being expanded out farther into Virginia, there is a crap ton of construction around. One of the construction trucks pulled up behind me at a stoplight and because my car is so short, his lights were blinding me! I held up my hand in the rear-view mirror to block it, and I guess he saw because then he turned off his lights while we waited at the stop light! It also is kind of a big deal because stoplights in Tyson's are like 5 minutes long. That is probably the most thoughtful thing someone has done for me all week. I mean, yeah, it's just something small but it was such a nice gesture! He totally didn't have to, but it put me in a good mood for the rest of my commute home. 

Aaaand then Usher's "Love in This Club" came on my iPod and it took me back to high school. Still love it! Go ahead, judge. 

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