My grandmother shouted at our waitress today. I wanted to die of mortification. She kept saying how the girl was getting everything wrong (which was sort of true) but she would shout and slap the table, and when the manager came to us she shouted at her too, saying, ‘there is a way things get done and this is not it!’
Now my grandmother is having a tough time. Every day she goes to the hospital and sits in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber for two hours in an attempt to heal the wounds on her ankles which will not heal. How was she wounded? Her ankles rubbed together in bed while she slept. She is very fragile.
So we had just come from the hospital when the incident happened in the restaurant. She finished shouting and approached a group of other elderly women to warn them not to be cheated by this place, while I slipped our waitress’ tip to another girl and asked her to pass it on. The whole thing is sad. I feel sad for the waitress for her difficult time, and I’m sad for my grandmother, who probably feels that she has no control of her life.
Ask about going on a specific date rather than ‘going out’ which means like, being in a relationship. Not sure which you planned but chances are better with a one time thing (and possibly another if things go well) than ambiguous ‘go out’. Keep it casual but flirt enough during the date that you don’t become ‘besties’. I don’t know if you’re already friends with this guy so idk the circumstances exactly.
You could say, ‘Are you free this weekend? Want to go somewhere?’ But you have to have something in mind. Since you’re asking you have to do the work to have an idea. But you should have a few ideas in case he doesn’t like the first (let’s say he already saw the movie you suggest). Diner, movie, bank heist… You could ask if he wants to rob a bank with you. That’s a good way to break the ice. And say that if he doesn’t want to do that you would be fine with getting some food or a movie… Idk.
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One of my posts was featured. :0 Unfortunately I can’t share it with you! I share my blogs: JenKristo, JenKristofu and DJJenKristo, but the blog that had a post featured, I don’t want connected with these. Well anyway I’m very happy.