Some other sweet things happened today:
- The trees in my backyard are bright pink right now, so I went outside and took a bunch of pictures of them. It was great practice for my photography skills, and seeing all the honeybees swarming the budding pink trees reminded me of how lovely spring is. I really love photography.
- I started The Perks of Being a Wildflower yesterday, and finished it today. I even read it at work while I was supposed to be watching training videos (don't tell my bosses). Awesome book. I think you all would like it. It's very similar to Looking for Alaska.
- Today at work, an old man wearing a "The Who" shirt came through Drive-Thru. I complimented him on his shirt, and the look on his face was the best thing ever. He looked so surprised and amazed by what I said that he gave a big booming laugh. As I took his money, he said "you know who this is?" and pointed to his shirt. I grinned and said "of course". He gave me a huge smile as he drove away. I hope he went home and told his wife about it at the dinner table. I hope I showed him that this generation hasn't forgotten about the previous ones. I wish I knew more cool old people.
I wish I could say I'm planning something huge for the last day of BEDA, but it will probably be a picture of me sleeping or something. Reflection time comes...never.