A Few of My Least Favorite Things

So, I have spent the summer concentrating on actually living a MOGO life rather than spending so much time reading and writing about it, which is why I haven’t been posting much.

Over the last few weeks, though, a few things have been knocking around in my head of things to write about – things that bother me.  Here are a few:

1.  Corn fields with Genuity signs posted next to them ~ what is that?

2.  Hotels that say that if you hang up your towel they won’t take it and wash it after just one use to conserve water and energy, but take them and wash them anyway

3.  Teacher appreciation events at our new school that are sponsored by Nestle

4.  Hotel glasses that are individually wrapped in plastic.  Really?

5.  The fact that everyone at our new school is addressed as “Mr.” or “Mrs.” or “Ms.” or “Dr.” ~ except the custodian.  He’s “Jose”.

So many problems, so little time!

  • Kari O’Driscoll

    The fact that airlines use real (read: not disposable) glasses and dishes for the first class passengers but disposable ones for the rest of the plane.

    The plastic wrap the dealership puts over my car seat and floor when they service the car so they won’t get it dirty when they’re planning on washing and vacuuming the car out before they return it to me anyway.

    Don’t get me started…