I don't know about you, but I tend to pick up on things other people say in public. Tuesday morning it was at the chiropractor's office. I was sitting in the waiting room with an older couple ahead of me. The gentleman exclaimed to Judy, the receptionist,
"Have they changed the elevators recently?"
Judy replied, "I don't think so, why?"
"I don't remember them door-open and door-close buttons bein' there."
I'm thinking to myself, "Um... OK..."
Judy said, "No, I think they've always been there."
The gentleman's wife said, "We're probably so used to just getting on and coming up that we don't pay attention to it."
And she's right - there's lots of stuff I'm oblivious to, but it made for interesting listening. What was even more interesting was the way in which the gentleman cared for his wife. She was in a wheelchair, and when the automated computer system called her name, he escorted her to the adjustment area and quite litterally picked her up out of the chair and set her on the adjustment table. He made sure she was comfortable, then excused himself to the waiting room.
"Nice.", I thought.
This experience was not only humerous, but touching. Thought I'd share.