Yes. Corporate cages. This is a huge complex called Samara Shops. They thought it well, if you are going to be caged, at least have some minutes for window shopping or actually buy things they might never use.
The defibrillator is at the cafeteria where I work. I guess many offices have them. I used to do most of my work on the field, outside so I didn’t have the chance to see one.
This is really about the reflecting image of a vending machine on the glass. No wonder there is a defibrillator handy. And if we were to take care less of ourselves each time, what will be next to that in the future? Would we let it happen?
Last week, Tuesday if a recall, I hit a car. I was looking for a place to park, when spotted, I turned the steering wheel all the way to the right and hit a passing car, whose driver was not an expert at avoiding incoming objects. (oh well!).
Yesterday driving a friend’s car (mine was at the body shop) I hit another car bumper to bumper. After a long discussion of who was at fault we realized it was a minor scratch, that a nearby policeman had seen that the car in front of me had suddenly stopped and that it was not worth the waste of time, so we both drivers were allowed to leave.
That was so stressing!
On my way to work I saw a playground and a wall paint. I parked my car, well my friend’s car. The paint on the wall has leaves made of hands, children’s hands and around it you can read: friendship, love and hope. I stayed there for about 15 minutes, balancing on the swing, thinking about all my blessings. Then I left with a serene mind and everything went smooth.