TOP OF THE MORNING | JULY 3
Hello fellow fans of the printed word. Happy Independence Day officially tomorrow!
Have fun with the 12 picks of fun + food + laughs & Inspiration for today.
- The rarest eye colors in the world
- hilarious animal photobombs
- A Contemporary Canyon of Books – beautiful!
- Forest Gump fan? Interesting(s) about the production of the show
- Creative recipe alert – Dirty Martini Macaroni Salad – haven’t made it – but I intend to!
- Another super creative recipe – SUMMERTIME version of fall and winter’s baked apples! Nonnie’s 5 ingredient Peach Dump
- Hello! wonderful summer salad topper! Jalapeno Chicken is a super star!
- Chipotle roasted cauliflower pitas – WHOA!
- Super funny viral video – narrated by Snoop Dog – a must see ! At least once !!
- Smell is the sense most linked to memory – I totally agree
- 10 things intelligent people never do … I love this valuable list
- Paul Harvey – A short history lesson of the How, the Why and the WHO about America’s Independence Day. Gives me goose bumps listening to it. Hope it does you, too.
BY ANNIE LANE
Please share your thoughts on this topic, which has been annoying me for some time.
I always find people who park their cars right next to me as if there is no other space, when in fact there are plenty of spaces available. Why do people want to park directly next to my car when they don’t have to? I find it so intrusive.
Thank you, and I appreciate your input. — Annoyed by Intrusive Parking
You could take a compliment that they want to be close to you. It is plausible that people tend to park next to other people’s cars because they like the idea of social cohesion in public, or they might associate social cohesion with safety. They might think that parking next to another car reduces their car’s chances of being broken into or crashed against.
At the same time, I know exactly what you mean. If I pull into a parking space in a fairly empty lot, and another pulls in next to me, I find it slightly annoying.
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