The police said they would be with the bike, but they're not. I looked in hubby's motorcycle jacket and they're not there either. The idea of having to deal with the SFPD again anytime soon to try and determine if they ever had them does not fill me with joy right now. Luckily we can put the whole thing on hold awhile. We're going to sell the bike, but I'm going to let hubby deal with that.
After I stomped out of the nursing facility, I went down to Judah Street and picked up the N-Judah, and who should be on it, but my friend Nash, who was one of my Karaoke Kronies from when I first started hanging out at the Mint. He had this metal thing, the size of a small go-cart which he had found at the beach and was taking home to do...something...with. We ended up going to the Mint together and I got to tell my tale of woe to Jane the Bartender, and Ben and a few others. I only stuck around long enough to do one song (Sign of the Times-Petula Clark) but it was good to sit at the bar and wind down a bit. I may do some more of that since I still have a few days off and no more major errands after today. I can go late, stay late and sleep late. Gee, just like a real vacation.
The funniest thing about my doctor's appointment was when the girl did my vitals, she made the weight optional. First time that's ever happened and I certainly took advantage of NOT getting on the scale.
Empire Magazine has revealed its list of the 50 Greatest TV Shows ever . 1. Bold the shows you watch/used to watch. 2. Italicize the shows you've seen at least one episode of. 3. Underline the shows you own on DVD (at least one season). 4. Post your answers.