he opens a window - or so they say. I'm looking for the window. I have to have faith in that. There are a lot of these abstract kind of things that I have to have faith in or life just wouldn't make any sense. It's like believing that people who do wrong to you will pay for it in some way. You just may never know about it. So, I believe that a window will be open for me somewhere. I hope I recognize it when I see it! (And that it's not raining outside!)
Oh - speaking of raining inside - funny story - the town I work for operates a parking lot at the train station. We sell annual passes and daily vouchers. If you are using the vouchers, you need a voucher for each day you are in the lot except weekends. So - if you park there on Sunday and don't plan to return until Friday - you would need 5 vouchers showing in the window. Okay - got that? So - last week, this guy calls Town Hall. He's parked in the voucher lot. He got stuck in the City for an extra night and doesn't have a voucher for the extra day. Can we do him a favor and not ticket him, he'll pay for the voucher when he gets back. The parking ranger gets the make, model and plate number and goes out to check on where the car is and alert his co-workers not to ticket it. And he notes what he sees. So - the receptionist calls our parker back with the good news and the bad news. We won't ticket the car. That's the good news. The bad news - the guy left his sun roof open. It's been raining all week.