How did we get so old?
2007-05-11 - 2:12 p.m.
Huh. I really did put a little tiny entry up this morning. I guess someone ate it.
Yesterday, on the bus, I saw two women I know. I used to work in another part of this organization, and I used to work with one of the women I saw. If I'd seen her before I sat down, I would certainly have said hello. But since I didn't, and since I sort of don't like her, I didn't. Ha!
Apparently, she was talking about high school. She does have two kids around the ages of mine. I am quite glad not to have had to talk schools with her. I wonder where her kids are? Hmmm.
The woman she was talking to, I realized a bit later, was a woman who is actually involved with a woman I used to know pretty well. But I don't know her very well at all, so it would have been weird to say hello to her, so I was happy that I didn't have to talk to her, either.
She's quite a bit older than me, and when she got off the bus she skipped into the building.
I sat and thought about whether that's something I would do.
I think not. It kind of saddened me to realize that I'm past the age for skipping, when I really did use to love it so. At the same time, I think I'm resigned to the fact that I might skip in a private place, maybe, with a grandchild. But probably not on my way into work.
Did you know that Deborah Eisenberg has a new book of stories? The Twilight of the Superheroes. I read part of one at lunch today. She's pretty excellent. I had a copy of Transactions in a foreign currency many years ago which I loved a lot. She doesn't write a lot, but it's nice that over the 25 years I've known about her it's grown to be a something.
Okay. I've got stuff to do.
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