Eyes On Target
We’ve all been there. It was a long day at work and you’re thinking about making something for dinner. One little stop won’t hurt, right? You decide to pull off the interstate and stop at Target, just to get a few things. You walk past the carts, but then do a double-take. Your back does hurt after working so hard, so you decide it’s better to grab the cart. Next thing you know, you’re waist deep in throw pillows and have no idea how this new rolling kitchen island is going to fit in your Honda Civic.
1. I’m running some errands after work.
What kind of errands, Sharon? Do they involve milk and bread? Do you know where you can get milk and bread? You’re up to no good because you’re scanning the possible destinations. You left this part of the equation out of your little text. Was it intentional? Probably.
2. Becky needed something, so I offered to go with her.
You’re just being a loyal friend and not letting your friend shop alone. Your significant other should be proud of how big hearted you are and lucky that you are theirs.