i went to the irish bakery -
and i sort of opened up to life - rigth or wrong
what i wanted just then - as i walked down the street -
so i walked into the bakery -
and the gal - bakery worker - in her 20s possibly came to help
me - all of them are classic "irish looking" and she is
smaller - googly eyes - glasses -
her voice cracks - she's abrupt - and just generally has a hard time "coming off pretty"
I said "hi ... it's you!" - (i didn't mean it in a bad way)
her response was "is that a good thing or a bad thing" with some clearly down feelings -
i held up my hand in a hi five -
and she gladly - SMACKED FIVE!
and said - thanks
I got my stuff - we laughed a bit -
and I sat down.
I saw her work - and she was generally quite nice -
just very much - had uncommon looks - and a really abrupt cracking voice delivery -
she was great though.
I learned in Toronto - this too - not everyone has an easy time being nice -
I might add to this - I think "nice" is not the word maybe - conventional - is better
she was quite nice - in most ways.
c'est la vie - c'est vrais.