Wednesday, May 2, 2012

They're Not Mine




Doing some #sweatbetes with mom on Saturday.  Saw this jar of glucose tabs in the road.  

They're not mine.  :)



6 comments:

  1. With all the D-waste we generate, you'd think that a fellow PWD would be more environmentally conscious! Still, leaving that empty jar on the ground is like a calling card ... a friendly anonymous gesture to the person who finds and understands it .. a subtle reminder that you are not alone.

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  2. sometimes i drop a strip on the ground somewhere accidentally, but leave it there hoping that a fellow pwd will see it at some point and smile.

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  3. lol I found a test strip in the parking lot of Caleb's school. Pretty sure it was HIS!

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  4. Even though I know there are lots of us out there. I get excited when I see stuff like this. Does that make me weird?

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  5. I bet it was Scott Strange ;)

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  6. Someone is taunting you... yes, I'd also suspect that Strange character! :)) Love seeing things like this, and bumping into fellow PWDs (like a fellow pumper in line while waiting to see Avengers!!!).

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