Karen and I don't live that far apart but far apart in the LA way that means we have to really plan the right time to visit each other or be stuck in traffic forever. Without traffic, we are about an hour away from each other. I had to go to Karen's house today to work on a thing and I planned it perfectly to arrive by noon and leave by 3:30. I brought donuts with me, partly as a photo prop but also to eat because you are supposed to take treats when you go to someone's house. Karen's daughter, Emily, really wanted to eat the donut with pink frosting and sprinkles and being the good aunt that I am, I told her she had to pose with it first. We are all work in this family. Karen was making a panini on the stove for her son while the donut negotiating was going on and when the donut came out of the box she came right over. That donut had magic powers and we were all transfixed. So enamored in fact, that Karen forgot about the panini until the smoke and flames brought us back to reality.
We had donuts and uncontrollable giggles for lunch.
So anyway, back to my point. I left at 3:30 and at 5:00 was still sitting in traffic. If nobody has a job anymore, why is rush hour traffic still so bad? This makes no sense.
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