Yes that is where I wish the story had ended. I am not sure why I got hungry. Well I am sure, because I had just gotten home from the gym and decided that I was too tired to go get food, but I needed to take Maximus outside to pee. I was so freaked out about killing someone’s pet yesterday, that I think out of some sort of PTSD, I only wanted to walk Max in the alley. You see, Chipotle is directly behind where I live and in the alley, so I figured I could just run in and grab and bowl while walking my dog and head back into my place before the ambien kicked in. I tied fatty up outside, and ran into Chipotle.
I love Chipotle since it’s technically fast food but really fresh for fast food. Then I saw the line. About 12 people in line ahead of me. This is when the questions kick in. Do I have enough time to wait before I start feeling the ambiem and forgetting everything? How hungry am I exactly? Is Maximus safe outside for this long? What if there’s a doggie rapist? Of course, my appetite took over and I was waiting. 20 minutes later I ordered my bowl. Not sure what happened after that. I do remember talking to the girl behind the counter about me being that girl on the radio. uh oh. I THINK I got out of there quickly enough to avoid any incidents, but I don’t remember anything after that.
I did wake up having eaten my Chipotle bowl, Maximus was safe and snuggled and I feel rested! Fortunately for me, I keep online shopping in bed, but I fall asleep once I get to the order page, so nothing has been purchased in about two months. Who could have though I could have gone 2 months without ordering a single item online? Can I just say I gave up online shopping for lent even though I’m not Catholic and it just happened to be something I did? I could say I gave up pop-since I never drink it anyways. Or heroin? Never done it, but I gave it up for lent.