Those personal matters aside though, there's something that's still on my mind from work last night, or rather something from just after work. Manoah and I stepped outside at the end of the night, said our goodbyes, and set off to go home - him to his mom's car, and me to the sidewalk, obviously. Once I reached it, I noticed a short distance up ahead, somebody in an electric wheelchair was coming toward me, so I stepped off to the side, onto the grass, and continued walking. As we passed each other, I heard him say "Hey beautiful", with absolutely no hint of jest in his voice, and I just continued walking, not wanting to even consider giving him a weird look, because quite frankly, it was creepy. The irony (compared to where and how I saw myself several years ago) is that for a guy to have said that was more unsettling than it would've been for the same to come from a woman, but even so, leave me alone. If you're joking, then I can kind of look the other way and not let it bother me, but unless I actually know you well enough to have an understanding of your sense of humor, it's best to think twice before making that sort of comment. If, on the other hand, you're serious, please still leave me alone. I'm not interested. Otherwise, it was an okay night. Busier than expected, but everything still got done without going too much over our allotted time, and now I have a day off to relax. I did finish cleaning up files on my laptop last night as well, so I've decided that for tonight, there will be two: complete a new (current) backup of the contents of my two PSP memory sticks, and work up as complete a map as possible for where I want to go in London. Maybe even make it into a handwritten map on an index card, so I don't have to pull my PSP out and consult an image when I want to confirm where I'm at. That would include rough maps of both White Oaks Mall and Citi Plaza as well though, which may take more time than I set aside to complete.
Whatever the case, I'm off to Dollarama for now. Hopefully it doesn't take any more than an hour to go there and back~