It started out great. I got to the pool in plenty of time. As soon as the lifeguard was on duty, I was in the water. I had a better than great swim. It usually takes me about an hour and 5 or 10 or sometimes 15 minutes to do my 2,000 yards but today I only had an hour so I didn't stop. And I got to 2,000 yards with 5 minutes to spare! I was kind of proud of me. I had no idea I could do that.
And then my karma went to shit. The showers - the bright shiny new showers - had one temperature... stone cold. Not even a hint of warm. Not fun. Then my soap leaked everywhere including into my crocs which I didn't notice until I started walking. Try walking in crocs filled with soap. Not that much fun, actually. In the car, I discovered what the problem was a fixed it.
I fired up Google looking for breakfast. The first 3 places it showed me, I knew were no longer even open. But the 4th one, the Hangar Cafe is one that I've heard about and meant to try. The route to it was a bit convoluted but finally I got there. It's tiny and crowded but they had some tables outside that were shaded. So I sat and got coffee and ordered. And waited. And meanwhile the sun took over the shade. I hate sun. It was cool but not so much in the shade. And I waited. I finally got more coffee and more waiting. Finally I flagged down the waitress and asked her how much longer and she said she would check. And I waited. Now I'm getting pissed. Finally she came back and said they had messed up my order and were starting it over again now. WTF? I said no thanks and gave her a $20 bill for the coffee. And then waited ... again... Finally she came back. She charged me $4 and gave me 16 fucking one dollar bills in change!!!
Soooo I don't have to go there any more. Since it was now closer to lunchtime than breakfast and I wanted to be home, I drove through KFC and got 3 pieces of chicken and coleslaw. Delicious. And I still have 2 pieces and the coleslaw left!
Whew. This day had now better take a turn back for the good. Now I need to go clean out my swim bag which is soaked in soap.