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Friday, March 11, 2011

three twelve eleven

This woman moved into a new room in her care facility.  She went up higher in the building so she could get more care.  The new room is very similar to the old one but it has a better view of the lake and there is no kitchen.  You order your meals two days ahead of time and they serve them to you in a cafeteria.  Today they ate special food that she didn't like for a holiday that she was unaware of.

This woman's son has not worked in a while and he's two months behind on rent and electric, so he went to the VA and they said that they were going to take care of it for him and from now on, for the rest of his life, he will get $1600 a month.

Another guy got a divorce and neither he or his wife want to live in their house, so they rent it, but no one will rent it for what they're still paying on it, so they both have to pay $400 a month for the house each month, plus this guy has to make monthly payments on his camper and its spot at the RV park.

This other guy had his motorcycle break down on the road to Lincoln.  While he was taking a break from trying to fix it, he talked to his old girlfriend on the phone.  In the same day, she saw her neighbor's cat get run over by a hotel shuttle bus and her brother broke both legs skiing.

An old man's batteries ran out on his smoke detector and he couldn't understand why it was beeping when he couldn't smell any smoke.

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