Thursday, January 24, 2008

An Interesting Goodbye

Today a gas station cashier relayed, "Have an interesting day." Found I spent time thinking about it, so likely contributed to me wanting (and having) an interesting day.


Anonymous said...

Definitely beats the tiring "Have a lucky day" that I heard repeatedly at Caesar's in Vegas last week while on business.

Anonymous said...

what would happen if we all started saying "have an interesting day"? At dinner, when asked by spouse/mother/father "how was your day" maybe we'd hear some "interesting" answers instead of just the same old "good".