Today was like an episode of The Twilight Zone.
I went to the gym for a class before school. A woman walks into the class, takes her shirt off (just no, people who do this at the gym. dress codes are in place for a reason.) Anyway, walks in, takes off her shirt, and proceeds to not follow along with the class... like she's totally conducting her own little workout class, where she is the only participant.
Then I come home from the gym and notice that my back door is cracked open. Nothing missing or misplaced in the house, and I distinctly remember shutting and locking the door after checking on my garden before I left. Also, while Emma & I were both downstairs it sounded like fucking elephants were walking around in her room, and there was obviously no one/thing up there.
And school! Today was the first day. New classes, new people, all that fun stuff. I go to my Advanced Readings in French Culture class and the teacher refuses to speak any English. Ok, I get it, it's a French class, let's speak French. Précisément! But I kind of think that giving homework assignments and test info should be in English, just so we're all on the same page. And I was the only person in there whose French was rusty. Everyone was either from a French speaking country, or had just spent the summer in France. I managed to make it through class, and answer two questions without crying, but I totally came home and switched the class out for The Economics of Consumption. Les grrs.
And finally, I'm so sore from killing it at the gym on Tuesday, and I needed something to alleviate the pain, so I run over to Kroger to pick up some stuff a friend suggested, and I left my phone sitting on the self checkout thing. I go back like 5 minutes later to get it, and I walk in to find a worker USING MY PHONE. She was talking on my phone when I walked in. I get my phone back from her, and when I left I almost ran over a guy who was sitting in the middle of the parking lot, in a puddle of who even knows what, because it hasn't rained in days.
I'm tired. I'm done. Au revoir et bonsoir.