My daughter and I saw the movie, “Sully” this weekend. It was a nice mother-daughter way to spend a Saturday night: dinner and a movie. There were a couple of moments in the movie that “hit home” with us. The most telling was a scene where the passengers were exiting the plane. Coming out of the theatre, my daughter and I BOTH looked at one another and Lauren said, “I can tell you one thing. I’d be telling everyone to just go ahead and pass because …” and we said it at the same time – because we’d be reaching up to the compartment above to get our carry on!
I KNOW that sounds absurd, but it cracked me up that we both thought the same thing at the same time and I could definitely picture us sitting there with our feet tucked up under us to stay dry (as the water was pouring in) and waiting. To get our carry on. Just sitting there. Purse on lap. Waiting to exit. Crazy, right?
So, why does it comes as any surprise when our residents do something that is so without thought or care that I shake my head? I mean, do you think they don’t NOTICE that the trash is spilling out all over the dumpster and that is why they just keep piling more bags on top?