Today's social dilemma came about because of a conversation I had with a friend of mine yesterday, the same friend who has all the bath towels. She was laughing about the fact that I was telling her story on the air and how everyone probably thinks she's nuts now. I said, no they don't, everyone has their quirks. And she said to me, how come you never talk about your quirks on the air. And I told her I did, you know my obsession with laundry, the fact that my brain is about 18 years old while the rest of me is decidedly not. And she said, no no, not those quirks, why not the quirk about escaping. And I had to give it to her. I've never shared this with you so I promised her I would. Here's the deal, and I don't think I'm the only one who does this, but I guess I'll find out. Whenever I go to a place I've never been before, I always look for an escape route out of there. It could be as simple as seeing where all the exits are, or as complicated as truly coming up with a plan to get out. I am the person who counts all the seats on an airplane so I can count my way to the door if I have to. I will figure out how to escape from a tall building, or elevators when I get on them. Is it crazy? I don't know. I think it's practical. But I can't be alone in this, am I?? Please tell me I'm not alone. I don't want my friend to be proven right. So please let me know. Do you do this? Look for an escape? Or do you something else that might be considered quirky? Please help me out with this so I don't feel alone in my craziness. Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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